This Excel Tutorial demonstrates how to use the Excel AND Function in Excel to test if multiple criteria are all true, with formula examples.
AND Function Description:
The AND Function Checks whether all conditions are met. Returns TRUE or FALSE.
|No Conditions Met||=AND(C5 > 5,D5 > 5)||False|
|One Condition Met||=AND(C6 > 5,D6 > 5)||False|
|Two Conditions Met||=AND(C7 > 5,D7 > 5)||True|
|Text – Conditions Met||=AND(C8 =”apples”,D8 > 5)||True|
|Text <> Equal||=AND(C9 <>”pears”,D9 > 5)||True|
Syntax and Arguments:
The Syntax for the AND Formula is:
Function Arguments ( Inputs ):
logical1 – Logical expressions. Example: A1 > 4.
Use the AND Function to simultaneously test multiple conditions. Each condition must be a logical expression (ex: a1 >5), a reference to a cell containing TRUE or FALSE, or an array containing all logical values. If all conditions are TRUE, the formula returns TRUE, otherwise it returns FALSE.
AND is a logical function and is generally used in conjunction with another logical function, IF:
The IF Function does one thing if a condition is TRUE and does another if a condition is FALSE. Often when using the AND Function you will “nest” it within an IF Formula.
You may also want to use these other logical functions:
The OR Function tests if one or more conditions are met.
The XOR Function tests if one and only one condition is met.
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How to use the AND Function in Excel:
To use the AND Excel Worksheet Function…
1. Type the following into a cell:
2. Notice how the AND Functions inputs appear below the cell:
3. Enter the function inputs.
Note: If you need help with the And Function, after typing “=AND(” into a cell, without leaving the cell, open the Insert Function Dialog Box by clicking here:
or by using the shortcut CTRL + A (A for Arguments).
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