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I've looked at this formula over and over again, but the system will not except it when I attempt to create a Calculated Column.

Does anyone see any problems with it?

=IF( [Approve/Reject-1]="Rejected"
     , "Rejected"
     , IF( [Special Exceptions]!="None"
           , "Approved"
           , IF( [Approve/Reject -2]="Approved" 
                 ,"Approved"
                 , "Rejected"
               )
         )
    )
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I think NOT is not represented by !=, but instead by <>. Try it like this:

=IF([Approve/Reject-1]="Rejected","Rejected",IF([Special Exceptions]<>"None","Approved",IF([Approve/Reject -2]="Approved" ,"Approved","Rejected")))
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  • I didn't mean to steal the answer from Danny. If he posts an answer, please unaccept mine and accept his instead. Commented Mar 14, 2017 at 21:38

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