Mar 19 2022 08:33 AM
Hi
I need help with a formula.
If the cell has the text "manager" use the manager formula, if the text is "assistant manager" use the assistant manager formula, and the same for Lead advisor and sales advisor.
Mar 19 2022 08:51 AM
=IF(A4="Manager",SUM($C$1:$C$2),IF(A4="Assistant Manager",SUM($C$2:$C$3),IF(A4="Sales Advisor",SUM($C$3:$C$4),IF(A4="Lead Advisor",SUM($C$4:$C$5)))))
Is this what you are looking for? For this example i used short formulas such as SUM($C$1:$C$2) for "manager".
Mar 19 2022 09:59 AM
@Quadruple_Pawn not quite ,I need it to get the formula to recognize if the text is 'Manager' to use this formula:
=IF($B$11>0%,IF($B$11<5%,(F20*0),IF($B$11<10%,(F20*1.5),IF($B$11<15%,(F20*2),IF($B$11<20%,(F20*2.5),IF($B$11<100%,(F20*3)))))))
but if the text is 'Assistant Manager' to use this formula:
=IF($B$11>0%,IF($B$11<5%,(F21*0),IF($B$11<10%,(F21*1),IF($B$11<15%,(F21*1.5),IF($B$11<20%,(F21*2),IF($B$11<100%,(F21*2.5)))))))
and if the text is 'Lead Advisor' and or 'Sales Advisor' to use this formula:
IF($B$11>0%,IF($B$11<5%,(F22*0),IF($B$11<10%,(F22*0.5),IF($B$11<15%,(F22*1),IF($B$11<20%,(F22*1.5),IF($B$11<100%,(F22*2)))))))
Mar 19 2022 10:30 AM
I didn't want to type all the long nested IF formulas and therefore suggested an easier example with simple SUM formulas.
In the attached file i entered your nested IF formulas and this seems to work if i correctly understand what you want to do.
Mar 19 2022 10:37 AM