# Excel/IF(and formula)

Question
Hi Tom

I am having some difficulty writing the following formula.  If cell D12 is greater than 46 and less than 49, and cell F12 is greater than 48 and less than 51, return "remark" otherwise return "no remark".

Could you help me with this please?

Chris Mitchell

Chris Mitchell,

You just list all the conditions inside an AND()

=IF(And(D12>46,D12<49,F12>48,F12<51),"remark","no remark")

Your description used less than and greater than so I have followed suit above. This would require D12 to be 47 or 48 and F12 to be 49 or 50

>= and <=  would include the boundary values.

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Regards,
Tom Ogilvy
Questioner's Rating
 Rating(1-10) Knowledgeability = 10 Clarity of Response = 10 Politeness = 10 Comment Thank you for the prompt response. Chris

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