Maybe I’m just using the wrong search terms both in google and the help file, but I can’t figure out how to do this in excel.

I need a way to limit cells between 0 and 35. In other words, if the value of a calculation falls below 0, then the value displayed by the cell is 0. At the same time, if the value of a calculation is above 35, then the value displayed by the cell needs to be 35.

Any idea how to do this? I’m working with a sizable spreadsheet and really don’t want to have to go through and manually change every negative number to 0 and every number greater than 35 to 35 every time new data is introduced.

Please help! The sooner I get this done, the sooner I get to go out and enjoy my Saturday!

The if-then-else formula suggested by fubbleskag is close. I’d do it like this:

=if(a1<=0,0,if(a1>=35,35,a1))

So that if a1 is less than or equal to 0, the number will be transformed to 0, if it is 35 or greater it will be 35, and lastly if it is between 0 and 35 it will remain as the original number.