Excel Formulas problem, HELP!

1.       Dean wants a quick way to look up staff members by their Staff ID.

In cell Q3, nest the existing VLOOKUP function in an IFERROR function. If the VLOOKUP function returns an error result, the text “Invalid Staff ID” should be displayed by the formula. (Hint: You can test that this formula is working by changing the value in cell Q2 to 0, but remember to set the value of cell Q2 back to 1036 when the testing is complete.)

 

2.       In cell Q4, enter a formula using the VLOOKUP function to display a staff member’s years of service. Look up the staff ID listed in cell Q2. Use a structured reference to retrieve the value in the 4th column of the CBFStaff table. Since the formula is looking for a specific staff member’s data, find an exact match.

3.       Many of the special staff teams require leadership training, which is offered to staff with more than 1 year of service at Camp Bright Firewood. Dean wants to identify the staff members eligible for leadership training in the table.

In cell M2, enter a formula using a nested IF function and structured references to determine first if a staff member already has completed leadership training, and if not, whether that staff member is eligible for leadership training.

a.       If the value of the Leadership Training column is equal to the text “Yes”, the formula should return the text Completed. Remember to use a structured reference to the Leadership Training column.

b.       If the value of the Leadership Training column is not equal to yes, the formula should determine if the value in the Service Years column is greater than 1.

c.        The formula should return the text Yes if the staff member’s Service Years value is greater than 1.

The formula should return the text No if the staff member’s Service Years value is not greater than 1 

4.       To be a Group Leader, the staff member must either have more than 3 service years or be a college graduate.

In cell K2 enter a formula using the IF and OR functions, as well as structured references, to determine if Adam Moriarty can be a group leader.

a.       The IF function should first determine if the staff member’s Service Years is greater than 3 OR if the staff member’s college graduate status is “Yes”. Remember to use a structured reference to the Service Years and the College Graduate columns.

b.       The function should return the text Yes if a staff member meets one or both of those criteria.

c.        The function should return the text No if a staff member meets neither of those criteria.

5.       To be a Bunk Leader, a staff member must have over 4 service years and have completed leadership training.

In cell L2, enter a formula using the IF and AND functions, as well as structured references to determine if Adam Moriarty can be a bunk leader.

a.       The logical test in the IF function should determine if the staff member’s Service Years is greater than 4 AND the staff member’s Leadership Training status is “Yes”. Remember to use a structured reference to the Service Years and the Leadership Training columns.

 

b.       The function should return the text Yes if a staff member meets both of those criteria.

 

By: Spaztammy

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