Need help adding a function to a formula in Excel 2010.

Formula is located in D25.

Current Formula: =IF(OR($G25>0,$H25>0,$I25>0,$J25>0,$K25>0,$L25>0,$M25>0),SUM($I$10-$P25), SUM($I$10))Want to add IF D25 IS LESS THAN ZERO THEN DEDUCT FROM VALUE OF C25, then will copy the formula with respective changes being IF C25 IS LESS THAN ZERO THEN DEDUCT FROM VALUE OF D25.

"Want to add IF D25 IS LESS THAN ZERO THEN DEDUCT FROM VALUE OF C25, then will copy the formula with respective changes being IF C25 IS LESS THAN ZERO THEN DEDUCT FROM VALUE OF D25.I'm confused as you are asking to perform calculations using a formula that references it's own cell location. This is a circular reference and cannot be done.

We can move the additions that you are requesting for this formula to a new cell, however you have not provided information as to what order you would like formula calculations to take place.

Please let me know the exact order that you want the steps of the formula to be performed in. For example:

- First, check to see if $G25, $H25, $I25, $J25, $K25, $L25, or $M25 are greater than 0, if so then SUM $I$10-$P25, if not, then display $I$10 (the SUM function for this part in the original formula is not needed as there is only 1 cell being referenced.

- Next, check to see if D25 is a negative number, if so then calculate C25-D25.

- Finally, check to see if C25 is a negative number, if so, then calculate D25-C25.

EDIT:I think I know what you are trying to do here. It's not the cleanest formula in the world, but if you have to fit everything into 1 cell and cannot use another row/column/sheet for hidden formulas, then this will have to do.=IF(IF(OR($G25>0,$H25>0,$I25>0,$J25>0,$K25>0,$L25>0,$M25>0), SUM($I$10-$P25), $I$10)<0, IF(OR($G25>0,$H25>0,$I25>0,$J25>0,$K25>0,$L25>0,$M25>0), SUM($I$10-$P25), $I$10)+C25, IF(C25<0,C25+IF(OR($G25>0,$H25>0,$I25>0,$J25>0,$K25>0,$L25>0,$M25>0), SUM($I$10-$P25), $I$10), IF(OR($G25>0,$H25>0,$I25>0,$J25>0,$K25>0,$L25>0,$M25>0), SUM($I$10-$P25), $I$10)))Try that out and let me know if we need to tweak it a little.

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