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Excel | Conditional formulae exercise | Single IF - Order disc cartridges
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Open the file contained within the folder name shown above.
We want to create a formula to calculate the order discounts:
We want to calculate the order discounts in column D.
In cell D4, create an =IF function to calculate Discount Applied. Use the following information to help you:
- If the order quantity is greater than 2000, the discount is 10%
- Anything less, the discount is 1%
Don't forget to create range names for the input cells below the spreadsheet, and then use these in your =IF function.
Copy the =IF formula down column D to calculate the other discounts applied.
Change the input cells for the % discounts to check that your =IF is working correctly as shown below:
When you change the discount %, the order discounts should change.
Use Save As... to save the file in your own new Excel work folder.