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Winndixie
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- Dec 26, 2014 at 05:25 AM
 RayH - Jan 6, 2015 at 11:45 AM
Hi all, Good day!!

Need help in Excel formulas.

I'm creating a workbook to counting a value in multi percentage and multi level.

Here I attached my print screen sample workbook.





I need to set when I select TYPE in list then the calculation auto read the percentage in need.

e.g.:

when the column D type is " B " so the percentage is 1.2% then column F formula help me count the value like amount in 300 then column F showing 3.60 which get from 300 x 1.2% and column G & H is 0 value. If the type change to M then the column F & H become 0 value and column G count 300 x 1.7% value.

I also create a table for the TYPE list.

At the Column F,G & H I used the formula as below but didn't work at all :( it will show the percentage value in both column.

=IF(OR(D2="", E2=""), "", IF(ISERROR(VLOOKUP(D2,L$2:L$6,1,FALSE)), "", E2 *VLOOKUP(D2,L$2:M$6,2,FALSE)))


Thank you.



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I'm sure there is a better way to do this, there has to be. But in the meantime this works ok.

copy into cell F2 and drag it down and across to fill in the other cells.

=IF(OR($D2="",$E2=""),"",IF(ISNA(MATCH($D2,$L$3:$L$6)),"",IF(INDEX($M$3:$M$6,MATCH($D2,$L$3:$L$6))=F$1,$E2*INDEX($M$3:$M$6,MATCH($D2,$L$3:$L$6)),"")))
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Jan 1, 2015 at 04:34 AM
Hi!! Happy New Year!!

the formula is work!! thank you very much. :)

but I facing another problem is after I paste the formula the BAL showing "#VALUE!" my formula at the BAL was =E2-F2-G2-H2, the BAL can't read the deduction ??

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Jan 1, 2015 at 12:30 PM
HNY

Sorry, I didn't look at that originally.
Here is the solution to that:

=E2-SUM(F2:H2)
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> RayH
Jan 5, 2015 at 11:15 AM
Hi!

my work book is work!!

Thank you very much !!
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Jan 5, 2015 at 09:28 PM
Is there anyway to convert this into Open Office?
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I just installed the latest version of Open Office and pasted in the formula and it worked as is without any changes.
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