Yes, but it does depend on how the calculator row parameters are named in your price calculator price engine. Names that are a single word will work, but names that contain spaces, or potentially other reserved characters, will not work. For example, in this example price calculator price engine, the calculation in

*E25*reads the value input as the*Sides*parameter in the calculator rows of*A22*and*A23*.The calculation references the Sides parameter in the calculation. If Sides equals 1, then the calculation returns 2, and multiplies the Unit Price to get a flat $12 fee added. If Sides equals 2, then the calculation returns 1, so a flat rate of $6 is applied based on the unit price, which then gets marked up to $12 by the 100% markup that is applied when Sides equals 2.

This works because the name of the calculator row parameters is a single value with no spaces in it. If there are spaces in the calculator row parameter name, then the calculation will fail, but it will not be obvious why it failed. So for this example, the calculation

*ifn(Sides="2",1,2)*will work, because the parameter is named*Sides*.Trying to name the calculator row parameter

*Number of Sides*would not work, these formats would fail, and the calculation would not get the result expected:*ifn(Number of Sides="2",1,2)*

ifn("Number of Sides"="2",1,2)

ifn("Number of Sides"="2",1,2)

The example price calculator pricing engine worksheet used here can be

**downloaded**and used as you like. For more information on Price Calculator Price Engines see the article**Ch. 013. Creating a Pricing Calculator Pricing Engine**