Microsoft KB Archive/103678
Article ID: 103678
Article Last Modified on 11/15/2004
- Microsoft Works 2.0 Standard Edition
- Microsoft Works 2.0a
- Microsoft Works 3.0 Standard Edition
- Microsoft Works 3.0a
- Microsoft Works 3.0b
- Microsoft Works 4.5 Standard Edition
- Microsoft Works 4.5a
- Microsoft Works 4.0 Standard Edition
- Microsoft Works 4.0a
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A nested IF statement (an IF statement within another IF statement) is used when determining if multiple conditions are true or false. For example, in an IF statement you are replacing the ValueIfTrue and/or the ValueIFFalse with another IF statement.
An IF statement or nested IF statement can be used in the Spreadsheet or Database module of Works for Windows.
Example of a Nested IF Statement
Suppose you wanted to assign a value to cell C1 based on the values listed in cell A1 and the values in cell A1 had to meet the following conditions:
Condition Result ------------------------------ IF A1<10 Then 150 A1<25 200 A1<50 250 A1<75 300 Else Zero (0)
You would enter the following nested IF statement in cell C1:
If the value in cell A1 were 32, the result of the formula would be 250.
NOTE: When using a nested IF statement in the Database module, replace the cell references with the actual field names.
For more information about how to perform this task in Works for Windows 95, see your Works printed documentation or online Help.
"Microsoft Works for Windows User's Guide," version 3.0 pages 540-541
"Microsoft Works for Windows User's Guide," version 2.0 page 381
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