If Cell is greater than value

In this article, we will learn about how to return output IF cell is greater than some value in Excel.

We wish to find the function which first compares the cell value with a specific value and then return output based on the comparison. Simple, we need a Logic_test function. Excel IF function can do this task easily.

=IF ( cell_value > value , “value_if_true”, “value_if_false”)

Let’s understand this function using it an example.

Here we have a data. We need to see if the quantity > 100, returns “True” or empty string (“ ”).

Use the Formula

=IF(C2>100, “True”, “ ”)

The function checks all the value in C2 column and returns “True” if condition stands True else an empty string(“ ”).

As you can see, the values in C column which are less than or equals to 100 returns empty string and which are greater than 100 returns True.

Hope you understood how to return output IF cell is greater than some value in Excel. Explore more articles on Excel function here. Please feel free to state your query or feedback for the above article.

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