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On 19/10/13 19:32, Jean-Francois Nifenecker wrote:

Le 19/10/2013 14:36, Hylton Conacher (ZR1HPC) a écrit :

The initial formula is:

this is waaay too convoluted to be easily checked.

I would agree, but it should still work.

There must be an answer and or  my formula syntax is wrong unbeknown to me.

Sure, there is. As your request looks very much like your previous one,
I highly encourage you to read Brian's answer to that one: it's filled
will good advice. IOW, when you can write your problem down using common
speech (not some spreadsheet language), I'm sure you'll turn having
found the solution by yourself.

-> I share Brian's idea about using VLOOKUP() through a 3 lines set of data.

I have no problem using VLOOKUP but this data does not lend itself towards using VLOOKUP, to my minor knowledge.

If someone could give me more of an explained example of VLOOKUP using the pricing structure and unit limits on each, that can be expanded across 12 months, I will look into it further.
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