Excel IF function
Chopstick
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I am trying to find out how to do the IF function for
Sales
£130,005.00
£172,964.00
£134,135.00
£234,510.00
£195,944.00
£126,994.00
Average of total sales is £165,758.67
Basically if 130,005.00 is greater than the average 165,785.67 by 4% then 130,005.00 will get 1% of the average165,758.67...How do I work this out.
Sales
£130,005.00
£172,964.00
£134,135.00
£234,510.00
£195,944.00
£126,994.00
Average of total sales is £165,758.67
Basically if 130,005.00 is greater than the average 165,785.67 by 4% then 130,005.00 will get 1% of the average165,758.67...How do I work this out.
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I believe the following answers question, using the average as A7 and the rest of details above =IF(A2>$A$7*1.04,A2*1.02)  basically if A2 £130,005) is greater than A7 ($ for absolute reference) *4% then return A2 x2%Donna Curling  AAT Tutor
www.completebookkeeping.co.uk0 

no problem, glad you got there
Donna Curling  AAT Tutor
www.completebookkeeping.co.uk0
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