Question about Microsoft Office Standard for PC
MS Excel's logical test (IF) by its very nature has already two (2) "IF" conditions in a cell, "if true" and "if false".
Should you want to do a series of conditions for a single logical test of a cell, you can replace the IF TRUE and IF FALSE values with other IF Condition(s) (of course the syntax must be correct with appropriate parenthesis where and when required). Formula within a formula within a formula).
Below is an example of four (4) instances of IF conditions within the initial IF formula.
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Posted on Jan 12, 2008
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