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    Formula required to calculate priority

    Can someone please calculate priority based on the conditions specified in the attachment?
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    Re: Formula required to calculate priority

    try
    =LOOKUP(H2,{0,10,20,30,40},{"none","low","medium","high","critical"})
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    Re: Formula required to calculate priority

    Hi salafichennai!
    Welcome to the forum

    Use the following formula in G2, and copy down:
    =IF(H2<10,"None",IF(H2<20,"Low",IF(H2<30,"Medium",IF(H2<40,"High","Critical"))))

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    Re: Formula required to calculate priority

    For that you can use vlookup formula
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    Re: Formula required to calculate priority

    I'm afraid your post does not comply with Rule 8 of our Forum RULES. Cross-posting is when you post the same question in other forums on the web. You'll find people are disinclined to respond to cross-posts because they may be wasting their time solving a problem that has been solved elsewhere. We prefer that you not cross-post at all, but if you do (and it's unlikely to go unnoticed), you MUST provide a link (copy the url from the address bar in your browser)to the cross-post. Expect cross-posts without a link to be closed a message will be posted by the moderator explaining why. We are here to help so help us to help you!

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