Hello! I am trying to create a formula that will give me a resulting number depending on where it falls between three cells (with number values). 1)If value is less than A result is 0

2)If value is >=A, but less than B result is 200

3)If value is >=B, but less than C result is 300

4)If value is >=C, 400Any help please? I'm stumped.

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You didn't say where your "value" was, so I assumed everything is in Row 1, with your "value" in D1. An IF statement has this syntax:

=IF(logical_test, value_if_true, value_if_false)

A Nested IF is an IF statement where the value_if_false is another IF statement:

=IF(logical_test, value_if_true, IF(logical_test, value_if_true, value_if_false), etc.)

An AND statement compares multiple arguments and returns TRUE only when all arguments are TRUE.

Combining the AND statements with a Nested IF, we get this:

=IF(D1<A1,0,IF(AND(D1>=A1,D1<B1),200,IF(AND(D1>=B1,D1<C1),300,400)))

Note that we don't need to check for D1>C1 (400) because the only way we get that far is if everything before that is FALSE. An IF stops checking when a value_if_true is returned so the formula above will only return 400 if everything before it FALSE.

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A very genuine and sincere "Thank you!" for your help.

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