How to populate cell if one of three values exists in a row
I need to return a value from a row to a cell if it meets criteria. For example, in the Promoted / Separated Column, I want it to populate either "Promoted", "Voluntary Sep" or "Involuntary Sep" if that value exists in the row. I've included a snip of the sheet below.
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You will need to update the ranges to match what you have in the sheet, but here is the basic idea...
=IF(CONTAINS("Promoted", [Jan9]@row:[Feb20]@row), "Promoted", IF(CONTAINS("Voluntary Sep", [Jan9]@row:[Feb20]@row), "Voluntary Sep", IF(CONTAINS("Involuntary Sep", [Jan9]@row:[Feb20]@row), "Involuntary Sep")))
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You will need to update the ranges to match what you have in the sheet, but here is the basic idea...
=IF(CONTAINS("Promoted", [Jan9]@row:[Feb20]@row), "Promoted", IF(CONTAINS("Voluntary Sep", [Jan9]@row:[Feb20]@row), "Voluntary Sep", IF(CONTAINS("Involuntary Sep", [Jan9]@row:[Feb20]@row), "Involuntary Sep")))

Thank you very much for the help! Worked like a champ!

Happy to help. 👍️
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