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Use IF statement

'yes if date 1 is not equal to day 2

=IF(A1<>B1, "YES", "NO")

'to show you use of nested if

=IF(A1>B1, "YES, A1>B1, IF(A1=B1, "YES, A1=B1, "Default A1 < B1"))

'yes if date 1 is not equal to day 2

=IF(A1<>B1, "YES", "NO")

'to show you use of nested if

=IF(A1>B1, "YES, A1>B1, IF(A1=B1, "YES, A1=B1, "Default A1 < B1"))

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Hi NHF,

There doesn't seem to be anything wrong with your formula.

I would advise you to look at the cell properties (Ctrl+1) and make sure they are the same.

Your formula is unneedly long though.

Since you are basically saying if E8>M8 then "Late", anything else (either = or <) "Timely". the formula:

=IF(E8>M8,"LATE","TIMELY")

would be enough.

If you are still having problem then it might be an idea to post your workbook using www.speedyshare.com.

Good luck and best regards,

Trowa

There doesn't seem to be anything wrong with your formula.

I would advise you to look at the cell properties (Ctrl+1) and make sure they are the same.

Your formula is unneedly long though.

Since you are basically saying if E8>M8 then "Late", anything else (either = or <) "Timely". the formula:

=IF(E8>M8,"LATE","TIMELY")

would be enough.

If you are still having problem then it might be an idea to post your workbook using www.speedyshare.com.

Good luck and best regards,

Trowa

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NHF- Nov 1, 2010 at 12:04 PM=IF(E8>M8,"LATE",IF(E8=M8,"TIMELY",IF(E8<M8,"TIMELY")))