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Need help with a formula to return only if all are over 95%

Discussion in 'Ask an Excel Question' started by Rhonda, Aug 11, 2017.

  1. Rhonda

    Rhonda New Member

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    Yesterday I asked for help to show all projects on a contract that were 95% or more completed even in one of the projects did not fall within that range. I got a great solution from p45cal but now my boss wants something different.

    I have a list of contract numbers (J2:J732), some of which are duplicated because the contract contains multiple projects. In another column I have a list of percentages (O2:O732). These percentages reflect the amount of work that has been completed.

    I need to show projects that are 95% or more completed but only if all the projects with the same contract number are also 95% or more completed. This could be shown as true/false.

    I appreciate your help.
  2. Chihiro

    Chihiro Well-Known Member

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    Try...
    =MIN(IF($J$2:$J$732=J3,$O$2:$O$732,""))>=0.95

    Confirmed as array (CTRL + SHIFT + ENTER)
  3. Rhonda

    Rhonda New Member

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    Thanks so much. I tried min on my own, but did not include if. I have so much to learn.

    I did change your formula just a bit...
    =MIN(IF($J$2:$J$732=J2,$O$2:$O$732,""))>=0.95 (figured it was a typo)

    Thanks again, I'm truly grateful!!!!

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