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# Checking checklists

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edited 12/09/19

Hi all,

I have a series of columns with checklists that I need to analyse and need some help, please.

The logic is this: if the report is "completed", but _any_ of the several asset check cells are still not checked, a cell called "asset checks not complete" should fire up.

The formula I have is below, but the "asset check not complete" turns to zero if _any_ of the asset checkboxes is checked. I need it to equal zero only if _all_ the asset checks are complete.

=IF(AND([Report Completed]6 = 1, [Asset Check: iPad]6 = 0, [Asset Check: Sonos]6 = 0, [Asset Check: Playstation]6 = 0, [Asset Check: Controllers]6 = 0, [Asset Check: 4G WiFi Device]6 = 0), 1, 0)

Michael

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Very easily you can just add an OR around the Asset checks e.g.

=IF(AND([Report Completed]1 = 1, OR([Asset Check: A]1 = 0, [Asset Check: B]1 = 0, [Asset Check: C]1 = 0)), 1, 0)

Not sure if this achieves what you want though. I think it does?

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Hi Peter, this worked perfect! Thank you!

Michael

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edited 09/20/16
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For check boxes, you can avoid the =0 & =1

so this

=IF(AND([Report Completed]1, OR([Asset Check: A]1 = 0, [Asset Check: B]1 = 0, [Asset Check: C]1 = 0)), 1, 0)

removes the =1

and NOT() removes the =0

=IF(AND([Report Completed]1, OR(NOT([Asset Check: A]1), NOT([Asset Check: B]1), NOT([Asset Check: C]1))), 1, 0)

I prefer to think "all assets need to be checked"

so I would write it this way

=IF(AND([Report Completed]1, NOT(AND([Asset Check: A]1, [Asset Check: B]1, [Asset Check: C]1))), 1, 0)

Craig

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