Like, what is the problem with it?
=IF(F2>6,=A18*0.5,=A18*0.6)
It keeps on making it just say =A18*0.5, not the actual contents of half of A18. So can someone try make this work?
All help appreciated! :)
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=IF(F2>6,A18*0.5,A18*0.6)
Source: http://office.microsoft.com/en-us/excel-help/if-function-HP010342586.aspx
excel 2010 function inside if
on Google, which returned this link: office.microsoft.com/en-us/excel-help/…. Your solution was found under Example 1.
As a general rule, the = sign is used only at the beginning of a formula, unless there is a comparison with the equal to operator, which is also a = sign.