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Microsoft® Office Excel 2003 Inside Out by Mark Dodge, Craig Stinson

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Understanding Logical Functions

You use logical functions to test for specific conditions. These functions are often called logical operators in discussions of Boolean logic, which is named after George Boole, the British mathematician. You might have run across logical operators also in set theory, a name that was sometimes used when teaching logical concepts in high school. You use logical operators to arrive at one of two conclusions: TRUE or FALSE. We'll discuss the most useful logical functions in this section.

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For more information about individual functions, see Appendix D.

Using Selected Logical Functions

Excel has a rich set of logical functions, including some that are included in the Analysis Tool-Pak add-in. Most logical ...

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