# If Column is Greater than 0 Change Health Bubble to Red

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Can someone please help me with this formula. Everything is working, other than the last section of the formula (IF([B/O Quantity]@row (greater than) 0, "Red") Sorry, it won't let me put the greater than symbol in the text box.

I want when the "Health" column to turn red whenever the "B/O Quantity" is greater than 0 OR when "B/O" box is checked. Either works. I tried both formulas (see below) I can't seem to figure out the right format! Any help is appreciated! Thanks so much.

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Try adding it as the first statement in your formula. Nested IFs like this stop reading through the formula as soon as they find a match, so you'll want it as the first instruction to look at.

You'll also want to put [B/O] in square brackets because of the slash, and instead of "Checked" we'll use 1

Try this:

=IF([B/O]@row = 1, "Red", IF(Status@row.... etc

If you wanted to do the other instruction, try this:

=IF([B/O Quantity]@row > 0, "Red", IF(Status@row.... etc

Cheers!

Genevieve

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Try adding it as the first statement in your formula. Nested IFs like this stop reading through the formula as soon as they find a match, so you'll want it as the first instruction to look at.

You'll also want to put [B/O] in square brackets because of the slash, and instead of "Checked" we'll use 1

Try this:

=IF([B/O]@row = 1, "Red", IF(Status@row.... etc

If you wanted to do the other instruction, try this:

=IF([B/O Quantity]@row > 0, "Red", IF(Status@row.... etc

Cheers!

Genevieve

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October 8 - 10, Seattle, WA | Register now

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