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"Between" Formula
HELP!
I'm trying to create a formula that displays a variable (5, 7, 8, etc) when the value cell in question lies between two constants...?! A simple example would be: If D5 is between 1 and 10 then say "1", but if D5 is between 11 and 20 then say "2", and so on... Is there any way of doing this? I'm begining to think not!?! Thank you to anyone who can help me! 
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"Between" Formula
Hi Paul!
Three possibilities he If you have a constant range (e.g. 110, 1120, 2130), you can derive a formula. With a limited number of alternatives use the AND function in your condition for an IF function. With more than (say) three alternatives, take a look at VLOOKUP. Which possibility you adopt will depend upon more details as to your data and the figures you want to show.  Regards Norman Harker MVP (Excel) Sydney, Australia 
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"Between" Formula
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one way: =IF(AND(A1=1,A1=10),1,"other value")  Regards Frank Kabel Frankfurt, Germany Paul wrote: HELP! I'm trying to create a formula that displays a variable (5, 7, 8, etc) when the value cell in question lies between two constants...?! A simple example would be: If D5 is between 1 and 10 then say "1", but if D5 is between 11 and 20 then say "2", and so on... Is there any way of doing this? I'm begining to think not!?! Thank you to anyone who can help me! 
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"Between" Formula
Paul,
If you mean to change the returned value for every decade in the tartget cell ie 1  10 in Target cell returns 1, 11  20 returns 2, 21  30 returns 3 etc, try =CEILING(D5,10)/10 HTH Sandy  to email direct replace @mailintor.com with @tiscali.co.uk "Paul" wrote in message ... HELP! I'm trying to create a formula that displays a variable (5, 7, 8, etc) when the value cell in question lies between two constants...?! A simple example would be: If D5 is between 1 and 10 then say "1", but if D5 is between 11 and 20 then say "2", and so on... Is there any way of doing this? I'm begining to think not!?! Thank you to anyone who can help me! 
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