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    For your first example...If (width >3000, 3750, height)

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    Quote Originally Posted by BLothian View Post
    This is such a better answer than mine...but it's 220am here

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    Kudos for still being awake and posting

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    Quote Originally Posted by elton williams View Post
    This is such a better answer than mine...but it's 220am here
    Thnx guys for the information. maybe mine question wasn't clearly enough haha. I did know that i can do it with the formula that you 2 gave me. But this only works when I have one min. and max. width / height.

    I want to create a formula that can regulate a door panel likes this:

    1 panel in a door family and that panel can have different dimensions. But it has some restrictions with it see attachment.
    So when it is max. 3750mm width it cannot be higher then 2500mm. But the same panel can 3750mm heigh but not wider then 3000mm.

    Thnx in advanced.
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    Thnx guys for the information. maybe mine question wasn't clearly enough haha. I did know that i can do it with the formula that you 2 gave me. But this only works when I have one min. and max. width / height.

    I want to create a formula that can regulate a door panel likes this:

    1 panel in a door family and that panel can have different dimensions. But it has some restrictions with it see attachment.
    So when it is max. 3750mm width it cannot be higher then 2500mm. But the same panel can 3750mm heigh but not wider then 3000mm.


    Thnx in advanced.
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