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    the maximum and minimum limit

    I have a simple multiplication =(10,00,000*1%) the result will be 10,000. and this is the maximum limit.,

    if the number is increases the result should be 10000

    ir the number decreases the result should be as per the multiplication

    is there an easy way to do that?



    Thanks for your help
    sethu

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    Re: the maximum and minimum limit

    Here!

    =IF(1000000*1%>10000,10000,1000000*1%)

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    Re: the maximum and minimum limit

    Another option:
    =MIN(A1*1%,10,000)
    Where A1 is variable (1,000,000 or others)

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    Re: the maximum and minimum limit

    thank you for your reply.,
    regards
    sethu
    Last edited by madhupangal; 02-20-2014 at 08:14 AM.

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    Re: the maximum and minimum limit

    thank you it works .,thank you very much


    =MIN(A1*1%,10,000)
    regards
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    Re: the maximum and minimum limit

    dear all.,
    how can i hide my formula [in formula bar] in a cell from other's view

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    Re: the maximum and minimum limit

    Assuming the formula is in cell A1.

    Select the entire sheet
    Within the sheet grid, Right click>Format cells>Protection tab>Unselect Locked
    OK out

    Select cell A1
    Right click>Format cells>Protection tab>Select Locked and Hidden
    OK out

    Goto the Tools menu>Protection>Protect sheet

    There are various options available. Select which options you want then OK out.
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    Re: the maximum and minimum limit

    thank you very much.,
    after protection of the sheet or cell
    i want to enter values.,
    do you help me.,
    regards
    sethu

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    Re: the maximum and minimum limit

    Yu should be able to enter data in other cells. You only protected 1 cell, cell A1 with the formula.

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