How to use FALSE function in Microsoft Excel

 

In this article, we will learn about FALSE function in Microsoft Excel.

In Excel, FALSE function returns the Boolean value FALSE.

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FALSE does not take any argument, and we can either type the word FALSE directly onto the worksheet or as the function without any argument in the parentheses.

 

How we use FALSE function in Excel?

Follow the steps given below:-

  • Enter the FALSE function in any cell
  • =FALSE()
  • Press Enter
  • The function will return FALSE

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We can also enter FALSE function directly into a cell, even if we do not add the parentheses, it would return the Boolean value FALSE.

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This is how FALSE function works in Microsoft Excel.

 

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Video: How to use FALSE function in Microsoft Excel

Watch the steps in this short video, and the written instructions are above the video

 

 

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