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# IF Formula question

Hello,

I current have a formula I am using in SharePoint list that work great (see below), but I need to add in additional if statements which are creating failures.

Working formula:

=IF(ISBLANK([Date Completed]),"",IF([Audit Rating]>79,"Pass","Fail"))

I have a list that has a column that displays a Pass/Fail depending on the the Audit Rating listed in another column.  This is generated from a series of scores listed in additional columns and calculated into the Audit Rating. I want to add an additional statement(s) that says that if any of the columns of scores is a "0" then there should be an automatic failure. Even if the score is above the 79 specified.

Any ideas on how to make this work?? I tried the formula below with no luck.

Failing Formula:

=IF(ISBLANK([Date Completed]),"",IF([Audit Rating]>79,"Pass","Fail"),IF([5S Rating]=0,"Fail","Pass"),IF([Documentation Rating]=0,"Fail","Pass"))

6 Replies

# Re: IF Formula question

@SLBMetrology Use below formula, it should work for you:

``=IF(ISBLANK([Date Completed]), "", IF(OR([5S Rating] = 0, [Documentation Rating] = 0), "Fail", IF([Audit Rating] > 79, "Pass", "Fail")))``

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# Re: IF Formula question

The formula you suggested did not fail, but it didn't give me the result I was looking for. When I tested it and added the 0 in for the Documentation Rating with the Audit Rating scare of 80 it did not change the status to Fail. Any thoughts??

# Re: IF Formula question

@SLBMetrology

1. Was the [Date Completed] blank/empty for this record/item?
2. What is the data type of [5S Rating]=0 and [Documentation Rating] columns?

# Re: IF Formula question

1. No it was not blank
2. They are 'Single line of text"
best response confirmed by SLBMetrology (Occasional Contributor)
Solution

# Re: IF Formula question

@SLBMetrology In case of single line of text, use below formula:

``=IF(ISBLANK([Date Completed]), "", IF(OR([5S Rating] = "0", [Documentation Rating] = "0"), "Fail", IF([Audit Rating] > 79, "Pass", "Fail")))``

# Re: IF Formula question

Worked perfectly!! I cannot thank you enough. I knew this would be easy for the right person. Much appreciated!! Have an amazing day!!!!