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## Formula help, create new column with values from 2 columns

Hi Everyone.

Not really sure how to explain this properly, but I am trying to figure out a way to calculate all rows with one result based on the values in 2 other columns.  Here is my example below.

So if any of the order numbers have a TRUE from my if statmenent I would like the new column to carry that true into all rows for that order number.

 Order Work True Desired result 10 TRUE TRUE 10 TRUE TRUE 10 FALSE TRUE 20 FALSE FALSE 20 FALSE FALSE 20 FALSE FALSE 30 FALSE TRUE 30 FALSE TRUE 30 TRUE TRUE

Thanks

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Hi @Dave403

``Desired result = if(CALCULATE(COUNT(Table_2[Work True]),ALLEXCEPT(Table_2,Table_2[Order]), Table_2[Work True] = "TRUE")>=1,"TRUE","FALSE")``

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Hi @Dave403

``Desired result = if(CALCULATE(COUNT(Table_2[Work True]),ALLEXCEPT(Table_2,Table_2[Order]), Table_2[Work True] = "TRUE")>=1,"TRUE","FALSE")``

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Hi Pranit

Works perfectly, thanks for the help.

Dave

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