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    Unit Grades (Excel 2003)

    hi there, S12 shows the overall results for the questions and assignment results from F12:R12. so using S12 i want to determin the distinction, merit, pass, fail mark to be entered in cell T12 unit grade, i have left my attempt in the box for now so you can see i am trying. regards kitty
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    Re: Unit Grades (Excel 2003)

    I think you got the > and < wrong: Do you mean:
    =IF(S12>=75,"D",IF(S12>=60,"M",IF(S12>=40,"P","F") ))

    But instead of putting all the numbers explicitly in the formula, the lookup suggested earlier is easier to maintain:
    =INDEX($K$3:$N$3,MATCH(S12,$K$4:$N$4))


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    Re: Unit Grades (Excel 2003)

    THANKS ALSO IT WORKED A TREAT, I WILL TRY THE VLOOKUP TABLE NEXT TIME.

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    Re: Unit Grades (Excel 2003)

    Hey Kitty,

    Go easy on the Caps Lock - posting in ALL CAPS is the Internet equivalent of shouting. <img src=/S/smile.gif border=0 alt=smile width=15 height=15>

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