If you are ever writing a big formula and it doesn’t give you the result that you are after, you can use the F9 shortcut to check the result of each part of your formula.

All you have to do is go in to your formula by double clicking or pressing F2, then highlighting the part of the formula with your mouse and pressing F9.  This will show you the result of your selection.

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