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Excell check the value of a cell if it's greater than zero then add the value of that cell plus a number and return it to another cell.

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=if(B2>0,B2+20,0)

in this case if the value of cell B2 is greater than 0, the value will be added to 20, if its less than zero it will return the answer 0.

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