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NathanFra
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Nesting If Statements

Thought process is: Requester fills out the column on the left of the costs. The Approver will decide on the right if they will receive full funding or 0. If Full funding, it needs to update the total approved.
 
 

Ideally, the approver can decide to fully fund any of the three rows.

 
 
 
 

 

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@NathanFra 

 

Rather than doing that with the nested If, you could just instead simply add the three numbers from those three Controls.  If any of them are text fields, you can use the Value function to convert to number.

 

Check if above helps.

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@NathanFra 

 

Rather than doing that with the nested If, you could just instead simply add the three numbers from those three Controls.  If any of them are text fields, you can use the Value function to convert to number.

 

Check if above helps.

@poweractivate 

 

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?

@poweractivate 

 

I see what you're saying now. Make more sense after take a longer look at it. And it worked like a charm!

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