Ideally, the approver can decide to fully fund any of the three rows.
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That is what I am doing for the column on the left (requester column). The column on the right (approver) needs to decide if each row gets full or 0 funding. If full, then it needs to update on the Approved total side, which is why I originally thought I would need to nest the If statements?
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