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Excel

There are a few ways to use OR in Excel. The most basic way is to use it as a logical operator to compare two values. For example, if you want to know whether a value is greater than 10 or less than 5, you can use the following formula:

=OR(A1>10,A1<5)

This will return TRUE if either condition is met, and FALSE if neither condition is met.

You can also use OR to conditionally format cells based on the value in another cell. For example, if you want to make the font in a cell red if the value is greater than 10, you can use the following formula:

=OR(A1>10,1)

This will return TRUE if the value in A1 is greater than 10, and the font in the cell will be red.

The syntax of OR in Excel is to use the symbol OR between two or more logical values, such as TRUE or FALSE, and to enclose the values in parentheses. The OR function will return the logical value that is TRUE if any of the values are TRUE. For example, the following formula would return TRUE if either A1 is greater than 10 or A2 is less than 5:

=OR(A1>10,A2<5)

Or is a logical operator used in Excel that allows you to compare two or more values and return a result of TRUE if at least one of the values is TRUE or FALSE if all of the values are FALSE. An example of how to use OR in Excel would be to compare the sales figures for two different products and return TRUE if either product had a sale or FALSE if neither product had a sale.

There are a few instances when you should not use OR in Excel. One such instance is when you are using the function to compare text strings. In this case, Excel will return TRUE if either string is found in the other, which may not be what you are looking for. Another instance where you should not use OR is when you are using the function to compare two numbers. In this case, Excel will return TRUE if either number is found, which may not be what you are looking for.

In Excel, the OR function is used to return the logical OR of two supplied arguments. The function will return TRUE if either argument is TRUE, and FALSE if both arguments are FALSE. Some similar formulae to OR in Excel include the AND function, the IF function, and the SUMPRODUCT function. The AND function returns TRUE if both supplied arguments are TRUE, and FALSE if either argument is FALSE. The IF function returns one value if a condition is met, and a different value if the condition is not met. The SUMPRODUCT function returns the sum of the products of two supplied arrays.

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