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TRUE: Excel Formulae Explained

How do you use TRUE in Excel?

In Excel, the TRUE function returns the logical value TRUE. You can use it to test a condition or to return a value from a lookup table. For example, you could use the following formula to test whether a value is greater than 0:

=IF(A1>0,TRUE,FALSE)

This formula will return TRUE if the value in A1 is greater than 0, and FALSE if the value in A1 is not greater than 0.

What is the syntax of TRUE in Excel?

The syntax of TRUE in Excel is "TRUE."

What is an example of how to use TRUE in Excel?

The Excel function TRUETO2 converts text to a number. The text can be in a cell or in a formula. The function takes two arguments: the text to be converted and the cell or range of cells in which to place the result.

When should you not use TRUE in Excel?

There are a few occasions when you should not use TRUE in Excel. One is when you are trying to create a logical statement that will return the value of FALSE. For example, the statement "IF(A1>5,TRUE,FALSE)" will return the value of TRUE because A1 is greater than 5. However, the statement "IF(A1>0,TRUE,FALSE)" will return the value of FALSE because A1 is not greater than 0. Another time you should not use TRUE is when you are trying to create a VLOOKUP formula. The VLOOKUP function only works with the values of 1 or 0, so using the value of TRUE will not return the correct results.

What are some similar formulae to TRUE in Excel?

The TRUE function in Excel returns the logical value TRUE. There are a few similar formulae to TRUE in Excel:

- The IF function returns the logical value TRUE if the condition is met, and FALSE if the condition is not met.

- The VLOOKUP function returns the logical value TRUE if the lookup value is found in the table array, and FALSE if the lookup value is not found in the table array.

- The SUMIF function returns the logical value TRUE if the condition is met, and FALSE if the condition is not met.

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