I have added a formula IF({Töö sisu} = “Hooldus”, “17”,IF({Töö sisu} = “Transport”, “7”, “”)) and the result is not a number so I cant format it nor can I use sum function. I need the 7 to be 7€ so I can count the sum.

Don’t use ", that is making the number to be a string. Also, you don’t need the second IF.

Same problem here, but I’m not wrapping numbers in “”.

Here’s my formula:

IF(ItemPriceUSD>0,ItemPriceUSD*1)&IF(ItemPriceCNY>0,ItemPriceCNY*ExRateCNY)

There are no " in my formula, and all the fields used in the formula are numbers.

I need access to number formatting for the formulated number, but I still keep getting the “Your result type is not a number” message.

Is this a bug or a feature?

@Elias_Gomez_Sainz ?

The `&`

is making it a string, I think. You want to concatenate 2 prices? Or you want to include 2 conditions? You can use an `AND()`

to use several conditions in an `IF()`

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Spot on!

The & was making it a string.

I changed the formula to a Nested IF statement and the number formatting options returned.