If This, Then That with Excel


Whether you're creating a complex mail merge or simply need to transform your data in Excel, the IF function is a simple but powerful tool. Get started with a condition - an expression that outputs as true or false. For example, does A1 contain "yes"? Either it does (true) or it doesn't (false). Then, you tell Excel what to output when the expression is true and what to output when the expression is false. Use it to merge the right text into a Word document or display your data differently within Excel.

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2021.06 Excel - If This Then That


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Danielle DavisRoe

Written by Danielle DavisRoe

Danielle’s many responsibilities at Affinity include training, CLE/speaking, writing, management consulting, and document automation. Prior to joining the Affinity family, Danielle practiced family law. She discovered, however, that she enjoyed making efficient use of technology more than practicing law, making her a perfect fit for consulting. Danielle describes her superpower as “herding cats,” and her favorite parts of her job are making others’ jobs and lives easier.

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