How to use the SWITCH function in Excel 2019

In this article, we will learn about how to use the SWITCH function in Excel.

The SWITCH function returns the result based on some condition. This function works as like nested IF function.
Syntax:

=SWITCH (expression, val1/result1, [val2/result2], ..., [default])

Let’s understand how to use Excel Switch function to get results.

Here we have some of the code of the United States. The Swich Formula will get us their State Name.
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Use the formula:

=SWITCH(RIGHT(A2,2),”UT”,”Utah”,”TX”,”Texas”,”OH”,”Ohio”,”?”)

Explanation:
Here Right function extracts the last 2 index of the cell to match with area code in formula and returns the State name corresponding to it and returns “?” if no state is matched.
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As you can see from the above examples that how to use SWITCH function in Excel.

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