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Hello,

im starting to learn MS excel , and i like to do the following.

this is my table , and i like to get True massege if A2>A3 and A2<A4 is true, and a False message if its not.
how can i do this, i can do it for just one, i dont knwo how i can get an AND in between of an IF formule

      A
1      De data
2      15
3      9
4      8


Thank you
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Question by:kensy11
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by:barry houdini
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You can use AND like this

=AND(A2>A3,A2<A4)

that will only give you TRUE if both statements are TRUE

regards, barry
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by:kensy11
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and what if i want some other text instead of true and fals
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You can use any statement that returns TRUE or FALSE in an IF statement so if you want "Yes" or "No", for instance use the above in an IF

=IF(AND(A2>A3,A2<A4),"Yes","No")

regards, barry
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by:Huseyin KAHRAMAN
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use

=if(AND(A2>A3,A2<A4),"greater","smaller")
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by:kensy11
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ahan thank you
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