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I'm trying to make a calculated column with a 5 level conditional as follows:

=SI([Impacto Inherente]="Crítico";400;(SI([Impacto Inherente]="Mayor";300;(SI([Impacto Inherente]="Moderado";200;(SI([Impacto Inherente]="Menor";100;(SI([Impacto Inherente]="Insignificante";50;0)))))))))

This worked perfectly fine in Excel and I think it's properly written, but I keep geeting a sintax error. I've tried commas instead of semi-colons, I've tried it in english (IF), I've tried just one of the clauses... It always tells me there's a sintax error. Could the issue be with the fact that I'm using a text column in the conditional comparison but trying to return a numerical value?

Although I tried to return the number as a string and it didn't work either. Frustrating.

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Please follow the steps:

1.Create a Choice column named [Impacto Inherente]

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2.Create a Calculated column named [CalTest1] and use the below Formula:

=IF([Impacto Inherente]="Crítico",400,IF([Impacto Inherente]="Mayor",300,IF([Impacto Inherente]="Moderado",200,IF([Impacto Inherente]="Menor",100,IF([Impacto Inherente]="Insignificante",50,0)))))

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3.Here is my test:

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  • Thanks a lot! What finally did work was using IF with semicolons the next day... which I had already tried they day I posted. I think the entire Microsoft architecture is just finnicky like that. Even your solution is the same, just with less parenthesis. Some days it just doesn't collaborate with you.
    – TwoPointNo
    Jan 6 at 12:51
  • Thanks for your reply. I'm glad to hear that your problem has been solved. Jan 7 at 8:59

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