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need help with if or nested formual for EXCEL

Posted on 2015-02-20
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My current formula is: =IF(G14>0,(G14*D14),"")

I need to incorporate an OR into this formual - turning it into an IF OR nested formula
Sor my criteria for G14 would be:   IF G14>0 OR IF G14=""
then proceed with second half of formula   (G14*D14),"")

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by:Jeff Darling
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=IF(G14>0,IF(G14<>"",D14*G14,""),"")

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=IF(OR(G14>0,G14=""),G14*D14,"")
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by:Rob Henson
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With G14 as "" when multiplying with D14 you will get an error.

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by:vpopper
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After reviewing several, this seemed to work best.  Thanks
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