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Hi Tom

I am trying to merge these two array formulas in the following way?

If the number in cell A1 = 1 or 2 or 3 or 4 or 5 or 6 or 7 or 8 or 9 then run formula 2 otherwise run formula 1. Can this be done with array formulas? If so can you show me how?

Thanks in advance

Chris

Formula 1

=IFERROR(SMALL(IF(((INDEX($D$1:$J$1500,0,MATCH($N$2,$D$2:$J$2,0))="Contributor")+(INDEX($D$1:$J$1500,0,MATCH($N$2,$D$2:$J$2,0))="Owner"))>0,ROW($A$1:$A$1500)),ROW(A1)),"")

Formula 2

=IFERROR(SMALL(IF(($O$3:$O$103=$A$3)*((($I$3:$I$103="Contributor")+($I$3:$I$103="Owner")+($J$3:$J$103="Contributor")+($J$3:$J$103="Owner")+($K$3:$K$103="Contributor")+($K$3:$K$103="Owner")+($L$3:$L$103="Contributor")+($L$3:$L$103="Owner")+($M$3:$M$103="Contributor")+($M$3:$M$103="Owner")+($N$3:$N$103="Contributor")+($N$3:$N$103="Owner"))>0),ROW($A$3:$A$103)),ROW($A1)),"")

if(And(A1>=1,A2<=9),IFERROR(SMALL(IF(((INDEX($D$1:$J$1500,0,MATCH($N$2,$D$2:$J$2,0))="Contributor")+(INDEX($D$1:$J$1500,0,MATCH($N$2,$D$2:$J$2,0))="Owner"))>0,ROW($A$1:$A$1500)),ROW(A1)),""),IFERROR(SMALL(IF(($O$3:$O$103=$A$3)*((($I$3:$I$103="Contributor")+($I$3:$I$103="Owner")+($J$3:$J$103="Contributor")+($J$3:$J$103="Owner")+($K$3:$K$103="Contributor")+($K$3:$K$103="Owner")+($L$3:$L$103="Contributor")+($L$3:$L$103="Owner")+($M$3:$M$103="Contributor")+($M$3:$M$103="Owner")+($N$3:$N$103="Contributor")+($N$3:$N$103="Owner"))>0),ROW($A$3:$A$103)),ROW($A1)),""))

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if made both A1's in the AND function relative, but if they need to be absolute, then change it to absolute.

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Regards,

Tom Ogilvy

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