|Quoting TLG (Reply 2):|
Your formulae aren't Excel; are you sure you're not using a different spreadsheet? I'm familiar with Excel only, so I can't identify what it is exactly.
I edited the nested formula a bit to fit the Excel syntax, and it works:
=IF(E5="SAS","Scandinavian Airlines System",IF(E5="NAX","Norwegian Air Shuttle","Not Booked"))
The range (E5:500) isn't necessary; Row 5 should be E5, Row 6 should be E6, and so on.
Maybe I'm totally missing what you're trying to do here. If that's the case, then my response will be invalid.
|Quoting Dreadnought (Reply 1):|
Create a sheet2. Here you will have a list of all the world's airlines. Column A has the code, Column B has the full name.
Back to Sheet1, where you keep the log...
In column A, you enter the airline code, like SAS. In column B, you input a lookup formula. Try =VLOOKUP($A1,Sheet2!$A:$B,2,FALSE)
Then it just looks up the value in A2 in the list on Sheet 2, moves to the second column in the range and pulls that value.
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