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complex nested if formula

Posted on 2014-04-08
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Hi Experts excel 2007

Need a if formula to cover the following points

formula to go into cell b2

If c2 has the word, text "completed", then into b2 complete, if c2 has any other word then add that to b2, if c2 is blank then vlookup the value of A2 from mapping table.
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Try  this and change Look up table as per your requirement.
=IF(C2="Completed","Complete",IF(C2<>"",C2,IF(C2="",VLOOKUP(A2,H12:L19,2,FALSE))))
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Itjockey

Thanks for the positive feedback. Let me test.
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