I have a column of locations on an Excel file, and some of the locations can be named something like this

So what I want to do with my formula is say, if the last 3 characters are "IDE" or, if the last 5 characters are "IDE-(and a wildcard) then add a "Y" to the column otherwise add an "N".

I have the following formula, but even though the location is MyLocation IDE-1 it is still giving me an "N" and I’m not sure f what I am doing wrong

```
=IF(OR(RIGHT(L1,3)="IDE", RIGHT(L1,5)="IDE-"&"*"),"Y","N")
```

### >Solution :

Try:

Formula in `B1`

:

```
=IF(SUM(COUNTIF(A1,{"* IDE","* IDE-?"})),"Y","N")
```

Or, a little less verbose:

```
=IF(SUM(COUNTIF(A1,"* IDE"&{"","-?"})),"Y","N")
```