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    Hi

    I have the following formula in column B, is there a more effecient formula than the Nested IFs

    =IF(A2<=0.2,18,IF(A2<=0.22,16,IF(A2<=0.25,14,IF(A2 <=0.28,12,IF(A2<=0.32,10,IF(A2<=0.35,8,IF(A2<=0.38 ,4,0)))))))

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    You can use a VLOOKUP function. The bonus in this is that you can go beyond the 7 nest limit.

    See the attached example.

    [attachment=82490:Nested_IFs.xls]
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    Rudi

    Thanks, should have think of this
    Hope this is helpful

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