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#### Gareth

I was using the following formula when filtering a sheet of data:

=OR(B2=1,AND(OR(B2=2,B2=3),L2<>0,K2=0,I2>=ayearago))

It filters all rows with 1 in column B and any other rows with 2 or 3 in
column B that meet the criteria L2<>0,K2=0,I2>=ayearago (where ayearago is a
named cell containing a date).

I now find myself needing to change this formula to filter for all rows with
1 in column B and any other rows with 2 or 3 in column B that meet the
criteria L2<>0,K2=0,I2>=ayearago and L2<>0,K2>=thirtydaysago,I2>=ayearago.

I have tried but with no success so far.

Gareth

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#### Roger Govier

Hi Gareth
If I understand the problem correctly, then
=AND(OR(B2>0,B2<=3),OR(K2=0,K2>=thirtydaysago),L2<>0,I2>=ayearago)

Regards

Roger Govier

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#### Art Farrell

Hi Gareth,

Staying with your original setup of the formula:

=OR(B2=1,AND(OR(B2=2,B2=3),L2<>0,OR(K2=0,K2>="thirtydaysago"),I2>="ayearago"
))

Roger's formula rearranges it, but you need the B2=1, as B2>0 would include
values of 4 on unless I'm mistaken.

=AND(OR(B2=1,B2<=3),OR(K2=0,K2>="thirtydaysago"),L2<>0,I2>="ayearago")

CHORDially,
Art Farrell

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#### Roger Govier

Hi Art

Nice catch.
You are quite right, my formula would have picked up any value in B2,
outside of the desired range.

Regards

Roger Govier