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**IF**S function runs multiple tests and ... to the first TRUE result. Use the**IF**S function to evaluate multiple ... conditions without multiple nested**IF**statements.**IF**S allows shorter, ...The

**IF**function runs a logical test and ... example, to "pass" scores above 70: =**IF**(A1> 70,"Pass","Fail"). More than one condition can be tested by nesting**IF**functions. The**IF**function can be ...**If**you need to test a condition, then take one action

**if**the condition is TRUE, and another action

**if**the condition

**if**FALSE, you can use ...

... example shown, column D contains a date

**if**a task has been completed. In column ... checks for blank cells in column D.**If**a cell is blank, the result is a status of "Open".**If**the cell contains value (a date in ...... other frequently used functions, the

**IF**function does not support wildcards. ... However, you can use the COUNT**IF**or COUNT**IF**S functions inside the logical test of ...This article describes the Excel nested

**IF**construction. Usually, nested**IF**s are used when you need to test more than one condition and return d**if**ferent results depending on those ...This formula is based on the

**IF**function, configured with a simple ... the test is FALSE. In plain English:**if**Value 1 equals 1, return Value 2.**If**Value 1 is not 1, return an empty ...One limitation of the

**IF**function is that it does not support ... "?" and "*". This means you can't use**IF**by itself to test for text that may ... One solution is a formula that uses the**IF**function together with the SEARCH and ...... video, we'll look at how to use the

**IF**function, one of the most powerful ... and popular functions in Excel. The**IF**function is a very flexible function. ... Of all the many functions in Excel, the**IF**function is often the first function ...To do something spec

**if**ic when two or more conditions are TRUE, you can use the**IF**function in combination with the AND ... with a test, then take one action**if**the r esult is TRUE, and (optionally) ...