I need help with Excel function interpretations

Hi All,
      I need help with Excel function interpretations:

      This is my interpretation of this one:            =IF(AND(OR(ISBLANK(K8),K8<>0),J8=0,B8=0),K8,0)      
      if (ISBLANK(K8) OR K8<>0) AND J8=0 ???? then
         K8
      else
         0
      end if;
      
      This is my interpretation of this one:      =IF(W60=0,IF(OR(P60<0,O60<0),P60,0),0)
      if W60=0 then
        IF(P60<0 OR O60<0)then
           P60
        else
          0
        end if
      else
        0
      end if

      =SUMIF('Various Adj'!$F$5:$F$500,A134,'Various Adj'!$K$5:$K$500)
      =IF(AND(D134<>0,J134=0),P134,0)
      =SUMIFS(FGI!$L$2:$L$20000,FGI!$A$2:$A$20000,A134,FGI!$G$2:$G$20000,"FGI")
      =ROUND(SUMIF('SO Backlog'!$D$2:$D$7947,A134,'SO Backlog'!$K$2:$K$7947),0)
      =IF(ISERROR(+H134/B134),0,+H134/B134)
      =SUMIFS(Rev!$V$2:$V$3000,Rev!$AO$2:$AO$3000,A8,Rev!$W$2:$W$3000,"REV")

Thank you for your help,
Bill
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BILL CarlisleAPEX DeveloperAsked:
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Rob HensonConnect With a Mentor Finance AnalystCommented:
Couple that might not be covered by Phillip's explanations:

 =ROUND(SUMIF('SO Backlog'!$D$2:$D$7947,A134,'SO Backlog'!$K$2:$K$7947),0)
SUMIF is explained above; this will ROUND the result of the SUMIF to zero decimals, syntax is:
=ROUND(Formula,Decimals)

=IF(ISERROR(+H134/B134),0,+H134/B134)
This is looking at the formula "H134 divided by B134", if the result is an error then put zero else put result. Depending on version of excel (2007 or later) you can use the following:

=IFERROR(H134/B134,0)
Syntax is:
=IFERROR(Formula, Error_Result)

Thanks
Rob H
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Phillip BurtonConnect With a Mentor Director, Practice Manager and Computing ConsultantCommented:
=IF(AND(OR(ISBLANK(K8),K8<>0),J8=0,B8=0),K8,0)  is
      if (ISBLANK(K8) OR K8<>0) AND J8=0 AND B8 = 0
then
         K8
      else
         0
      end if;
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Phillip BurtonConnect With a Mentor Director, Practice Manager and Computing ConsultantCommented:
=SUMIF('Various Adj'!$F$5:$F$500,A134,'Various Adj'!$K$5:$K$500)

For each cell in 'Various Adj'!$F$5:$F$500
If it is equal to A134
then add the corresponding cell in column K.
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Phillip BurtonConnect With a Mentor Director, Practice Manager and Computing ConsultantCommented:
=SUMIFS(FGI!$L$2:$L$20000,FGI!$A$2:$A$20000,A134,FGI!$G$2:$G$20000,"FGI")
Sum column L (between rows 2 and 20000) IF, and ONLY IF
   the corresponding row in column A equals A134
   AND
   the corresponding row in column G equals "FGI"
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Phillip BurtonDirector, Practice Manager and Computing ConsultantCommented:
Surely you can work out the rest yourself, as they are the same as the above.
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BILL CarlisleAPEX DeveloperAuthor Commented:
=SUMIF('Various Adj'!$F$5:$F$500,A134,'Various Adj'!$K$5:$K$500)
For each cell in 'Various Adj'!$F$5:$F$500
If it is equal to A134
then add the corresponding cell in column K.

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"Various Adj" is another tab
so "For each cell in Various Adj'!$F$5:$F$500"

so how do I break this apart?          
!$F$5:$F$500
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Phillip BurtonConnect With a Mentor Director, Practice Manager and Computing ConsultantCommented:
For each cell in the spreadsheet Various Adj, cells $F$5:$F$500
   If it is equal to the current spreadsheet, cell A134
then add the corresponding cell in the spreadsheet Various Adj, column K.
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BILL CarlisleAPEX DeveloperAuthor Commented:
Great.. I'm seeing it.. will get back to you..

thank you!
Bill
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BILL CarlisleAPEX DeveloperAuthor Commented:
Thank you both for your help!
May need some more but will open new question.
Thx again, Bill
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