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I have numeric data in column C and column D. I want column E to say "Yes" if there is numbers in both C and D. If there is not data in both cells, I want it to say "No". Any idea how I make this happen? Thanks!
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Saqib Husain, Syed earned 500 total points
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Enter

=if(and(isnumber(C2),isnumber(D2)),"Yes","No")

in E2 and copy down
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Thanks!
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