Excel conditional formula

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Microsoft Excel formulas
Hi all, I can write a basic conditional formula such as =IF(A1="23", "OK", "NOT OK"), but I want to add a supplementary condition ... For example if A1 is 23 and B1is 24 then the cell will display OK or NOT OK as appropriate... both conditions need to be met. TIA, John

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MS Excel 2003
ASKED: February 1, 2013  8:46 AM
UPDATED: February 1, 2013  12:59 PM

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That did the job – thanks.

 

I used

=IF(AND(A1=”Y”, B1=”Y”),”ü”, “”)

… if 2 cells are positive, then I get a tick symbol in the parent cell, otherwise nothing.

 

Cheers, Johnaldo

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