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How to Use AND function in Excel

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The AND function in Excel is a logical function that returns the value of “TRUE” if all of the conditions you specify are true, and “FALSE” if any of the conditions are false.

The syntax for the AND function is:

=AND(logical1, [logical2], …)
  • “logical1” is the first condition that you want to evaluate.
  • “logical2”, “logical3”, etc. are additional conditions that you can specify.

For example, let’s say you have two cells in Excel, A1 and B1, and you want to check if the value in A1 is greater than 10 and the value in B1 is less than 20. You could use the AND function to check both conditions with the following formula:

=AND(A1>10, B1<20)

The function will evaluate to TRUE if both conditions are true, and to FALSE if either condition is false.

You can also use the AND function along with other logical functions such as IF and OR to perform more complex calculations.

Here’s an example of using the AND function within an IF function:

=IF(AND(A1>10, B1<20),”Pass”,”Fail”)

This will return the text “Pass” if both conditions are met (A1>10 AND B1<20), and “Fail” if one of the conditions is false.

Do let me know if you have any question or if you need any help.

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