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Question by dajiao
Submitted on 6/22/2004
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I have a question about using Excel. I use Excel and get a column of percentage number. I want Excel automatically read the percentage and put a related figure on the next column. The relationship is as follows:

5%+ better than budget/target  "one figure/picture"

w/n 5% of budget/target      "one figure/picture"

5-10% below budget/target    "one figure/picture"

10%+ below budget/target     "one figure/picture"

I tried to use VLookup function. But I can only link a letter on the next column, not a figure or picture. Could any other way handle this?



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