Learn how to use the Excel **AND function** with syntax and examples.

The Microsoft Excel **AND function** returns TRUE if all conditions are TRUE. It returns FALSE if any of the conditions are FALSE. Please note that the VBA version of the AND function has different syntax.

The syntax for the Microsoft Excel **AND function** is:

AND( condition1, [condition2], ... )

*condition* is something that you want to test that can either be TRUE or FALSE. There can be up to 30 conditions.

The **AND function** can be used in the following versions of Microsoft Excel:

- Excel 2013, Excel 2011 for Mac, Excel 2010, Excel 2007, Excel 2003, Excel XP, Excel 2000

The **AND function** can be used in Microsoft Excel as the following type of function:

- Worksheet function (WS)

Let's look at some Excel AND function examples and explore how to use the **AND function** as a worksheet function in Microsoft Excel:

Based on the spreadsheet above, the following Excel **AND examples** would return:

=AND(A1>10, A1<40)Result:TRUE =AND(A1=30, A2="www.checkyourmath.com")Result:FALSE =AND(A1>=5, A1<=30, A2="www.techonthenet.com")Result:TRUE

Question: I need to translate some Quattro Pro functions to Excel. The #AND# function in Qpro can be placed in the middle of a nest and return a number. For example, @if(.......A1>B1#and#A1<B3,7,0)

What this says is, after some other function, if A1 is greater than B1 and A1 is less than B3, return 7 otherwise 0. How do I get Excel to do this?

Answer: This can be done in Excel by combining the **AND function** with the IF function like this:

=IF(AND(A1>B1,A1<B3)=TRUE,7,0)

Question: In Microsoft Excel, I'm trying to use the If function to return 25 if cell A1 > 100 and cell B1 < 200. Otherwise, it should return 0.

Answer: You can use the AND function to perform an **AND condition** in the If function as follows:

=IF(AND(A1>100,B1<200),25,0)

In this example, the formula will return 25 if cell A1 is greater than 100 and cell B1 is less than 200. Otherwise, it will return 0.

Question: In Microsoft Excel, I want to write a formula for the following logic:

If R1 AND R2<0.3 AND R3<0.42 THEN "OK" OTHERWISE "NOT OK"

Answer: You can write an IF statement that uses the **AND function** as follows:

=IF(AND(R1<0.3,R2<0.3,R3<0.42),"OK","NOT OK")

Question: I have been looking at your Excel IF, AND and OR sections and found this very helpful, however I cannot find the right way to write a formula to express if C2 is either 1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9 and F2 is F and F3 is either D,F,B,L,R,C then give a value of 1 if not then 0. I have tried many formulas but just can't get it right, can you help please?

Answer: You can write an IF statement that uses the **AND function** and the OR function as follows:

=IF(AND(C2>=1,C2<=9, F2="F",OR(F3="D",F3="F",F3="B",F3="L",F3="R",F3="C")),1,0)

Question:In Excel, I am trying to create a formula that will show the following:

If column B = Ross and column C = 8 then in cell AB of that row I want it to show 2013, If column B = Block and column C = 9 then in cell AB of that row I want it to show 2012.

Answer:You can create your Excel formula using nested IF functions with the AND function.

=IF(AND(B1="Ross",C1=8),2013,IF(AND(B1="Block",C1=9),2012,""))

This formula will return 2013 as a numeric value if B1 is "Ross" and C1 is 8, or 2012 as a numeric value if B1 is "Block" and C1 is 9. Otherwise, it will return blank, as denoted by "".