### Logical functions

How to use the XOR function

The XOR function was introduced in Excel 2013 and calculates the logical exclusive OR meaning if at least one of the […]

How to use the SWITCH function

The SWITCH function returns a given value determined by an expression and a list of values. If the expression matches […]

How to use the NOT function

The NOT function returns the boolean opposite to the given argument. TRUE returns FALSE and FALSE returns TRUE. Formula in […]

How to use the TRUE function

Returns the logical (boolean) value TRUE. Excel Function Syntax TRUE() Arguments The TRUE function has no arguments. Comments Excel interprets […]

How to use the FALSE function

The FALSE function returns the logical (boolean) value FALSE. Excel Function Syntax FALSE() Arguments The FALSE function has no arguments. […]

How to use the IFNA function

The IFNA function handles #N/A errors only, it returns a specific value if the formula returns a #N/A error. Formula […]

How to use the IFS function

The IFS function checks whether one or more conditions are met and returns a value that corresponds to the first […]

How to use the OR function

The OR function allows you to carry out a logical test in each argument and if at least one argument returns […]

How to use the AND function

The image above demonstrates the AND function with two logical expressions. If the value in column B is equal to […]

How to use the IFERROR function

The IFERROR function lets you catch most errors in Excel formulas. It was introduced in Excel 2007. In previous Excel […]

How to use the IF function

Checks if a logical expression is met. Returns a specific value if TRUE and another specific value if FALSE.