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IF Function With Multiple Conditions


I am having serious trouble trying to make this work:

I need to create an IF function for the following:

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Where I am trying to make the sum increase by 1 if the cell from the row in question, having made it through the first 3 IF statements is not equal to either of those two cells (a range would be better) then the Sum needs to be increased by 1.

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