MacMost Q&A Forum • View All Forum Questions • Ask a Question 10/30/1910:00 am How Do I Show One Value While Using a Second Value In Mac Numbers. I want to use the value of a cell but I want it to show a different value if it goes below “1” —– Nathan B Comments: 2 Responses to “How Do I Show One Value While Using a Second Value” Gary Rosenzweig 1 year ago Is the cell the result of a calculation? If so, then you can use an IF function for that. For instance, if the cell is the result of A1+B1 then you could do IF(A1+B1<1, "ABC", A1+B1) so any value greater than 1 is shown, otherwise the text "ABC." If not, another way to do it would be to keep the real value in a cell and put the "result" in another cell. So if D30 holds the value, then E30 could be IF(D30<1, "ABC", D30). Then maybe make E30 bold or with a border or background color to highlight it as your result. Nathan B 1 year ago I used column A as the display column and column B as actual results then hide column B. Thanks! Related Video Tutorials: Displaying Sums In Numbers That Match the Filter ― Figuring Out Why Your MacBook Battery Drains At Night Comments Closed.