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Logic Functions: Nested If

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If you want more than two options for an If function, you are going to have to Nest one IF function within another. I call this “InFunction.” Oftentimes, your analysis may have more than two results and nesting one “IF” function within another “IF” function will allow you get as many different results as you want (well, technically Excel 2010 only allowed up to 64 IFs but do you really need that many “IFS” – there is probably an easier way…)

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Logic-Blank.xlsx Logic-Complete.xlsx

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