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Jan 5, 2010

I am having serious trouble trying to make this work:

I need to create an IF function for the following:

If B13

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My spreadsheet looks like this:

Column A: Individual
Column B: Not used in formula
Column C: Not used in formula
Column D: Location
Column E: Duration in Minutes
Column F: Pay (Column E)*(Column G)
Column G: Formula

(simplified version listed below)


To be clear of what I'm trying to achieve:

When in location 1 & 2 (Column D), the pay for each individual is a different rate depending on the duration in Column E, but when in Location 3, the rate is consistent no matter what the duration.

My question is:

How do account for individuals who aren't individual1? That is, my understanding of the above formula is that I need to list each individual that will appear in Column A for it to work. What if I just want to apply the above to individual1, but apply some other calculations to all other individuals?

I had tried adding these lines (with their corresponding closed-parentheses at the end)


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I should note that my formulas are all on one line in my spreadsheet, I just have them on separate lines to make it easier to find my way around.

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