I don't know why this formula is #unparseable, any help is appreciated.
=IF(AND(Done$147=0, Done$144=1) 1, 0)
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Hey @Cindy Hoyle
Troubleshooting#1  Are the Column references 'Done' in colored text in your formula? If not, there is a misspelling or error in your column name
Troubleshooting#2  Is the column either text/number or checkbox. If smartsheet is not recognizing the values as 'numeric', then smartsheet is expecting the values above to be a textstring, ie, they need quotes.
Kelly

This simpler formula works: =IF(Done97 = 1, 1, 0) so the column name is correct and it is defined as a check box. It gives me trouble only when I try and combine the IF with an And

Do both of the rows work, individually? Your syntax for the IF/AND is correct.
Try it without the absolute reference of the dollar sign.

Thank you, @Kelly Moore I appreciate your help.
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