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I have an excel workbook that I need a formula for...

if column J ends with Delivery I would like K to equal Account
if column I includes any name in tab names column A then column K should equal account
else column K should equal Sales
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Question by:Matt Pinkston
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by:nutsch
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Something like this, for K2?

=if(or(right(J2,8)="Delivery",isnumber(match(I2,'Names'!$A:$A,0))),"Account","Sales")
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by:Matt Pinkston
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Okay I made a mistake the field could end in Delivery or Delivery Manager
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Try

=if(or(right(J2,8)="Delivery",right(J2,16)="Delivery Manager",isnumber(match(I2,'Names'!$A:$A,0))),"Account","Sales")
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