Excel | Conditional formulae exercise | Purchase Ledger Codes - Nested If

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Software ==> Excel  (148 exercises)
Version ==> Excel 2010 and later
Topic ==> Conditional formulae  (17 exercises)
Level ==> Harder than average
Course ==> Excel Intermediate
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Create a nested If function to translate the codes in the Area Code column into full descriptions based on the following criteria:

  • MS = Market Stall
  • OA = Other Activities
  • IE = Import\Export

Copy the function down and make sure that it works.

Excel 2010 exercise - IF and LOOKUP functions (image 1)

You should be able to do this using just two If functions

Try expanding the formula so that you see an appropriate error message if you don't type in one of the above three codes.

Excel 2010 exercise - IF and LOOKUP functions (image 2)

Make sure the rest of the formula still works!

Save the file with the same name and close it down.

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