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dvoiddofunk was trying to analyze data from a survey he completed
earlier & wanted to use a statement that allowed him to test for two different
things at once. He was using the following:
to determine if an item in column L is the same as the header he’d created in column AA.
He would like to create a similar IF statement that allows him to compare items in two separate columns, and if the condition is true, put the contents of a third column in the cell.
Epidemic offered a Nested IF statement as follows
=IF(A1=A2,IF(A2>A3 ,"yep", "nope"),"never")
Basically you can stack the If's in their appropriate then or else position.
=IF(something=1, Then, Else)
You simply stack your next if in place of the (then or the else) Be careful with your close brackets.
bnix pointed out that you can also use the OR/AND operator in your formula
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