Using IF formula for dates
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OK, well I hope this fits in your scope. The logic for If in Excel is as follows: =If(logic_test, true, false)
So, what would that look like in a spreadsheet. Let us say that in Cell B1, we enter the following =if(A1="Red","it is red","It is not red")
Now if after we enter this formula, we put in cell A1 the value of "Red" (yes case sensitive), the we should get "it is red" in cell B1.
I hope this works. Tweek it to fit your needs!
I have said it once, I will say it again. IT!
So, what would that look like in a spreadsheet. Let us say that in Cell B1, we enter the following =if(A1="Red","it is red","It is not red")
Now if after we enter this formula, we put in cell A1 the value of "Red" (yes case sensitive), the we should get "it is red" in cell B1.
I hope this works. Tweek it to fit your needs!
I have said it once, I will say it again. IT!