## How do you use an IF function for a range of cells?

Step 1: Put the number you want to test in cell C6 (150). Step 2: Put the criteria in cells C8 and C9 (100 and 999). Step 3: Put the results if true or false in cells C11 and C12 (100 and 0). Step 4: Type the formula =IF(AND(C6>=C8,C6<=C9),C11,C12).

**How do you check if a range of cells contains a value in Excel?**

Value exists in a range

- =COUNTIF(range,value)>0.
- =IF(COUNTIF(range,value),”Yes”,”No”)
- =COUNTIF(A1:A100,”*”&C1&”*”)>0.
- =ISNUMBER(MATCH(value,range,0))

**Can I use a range in an IF statement in Excel?**

Nested IF statements based on multiple ranges From above logic request, we can get that it need 4 if statements in the excel formula, and there are multiple ranges so that we can combine with logical function AND in the nested if statements.

### How do you know if a range of cells contain text?

Find cells that contain text

- Select the range of cells that you want to search.
- On the Home tab, in the Editing group, click Find & Select, and then click Find.
- In the Find what box, enter the text—or numbers—that you need to find.

**Can I use Countif and Sumif together?**

In this case, it’s just Bob. COUNTIFS applies criteria to cells across multiple ranges, and counts the number of times all criteria are met. This is the syntax of the COUNTIFS function. We can do this with the SUMIFS function.

**Is a cell in a range?**

When referring to a spreadsheet, the range or cell range is a group of cells within a row or column. For example, in the formula =sum(A1:A10), the cells in column A1 through A10 are the range of cells that are added together.

#### Can I use Isblank on a range?

We can use the ISBLANK coupled with conditional formatting. For example, suppose we want to highlight the blank cells in the range A2:F9, we select the range and use a conditional formatting rule with the following formula: =ISBLANK(A2:F9).

**Can you use or in an if statement?**

When you combine each one of them with an IF statement, they read like this: AND – =IF(AND(Something is True, Something else is True), Value if True, Value if False) OR – =IF(OR(Something is True, Something else is True), Value if True, Value if False)

**What is Sumif () function?**

The Excel SUMIF function returns the sum of cells that meet a single condition. Criteria can be applied to dates, numbers, and text. The SUMIF function supports logical operators (>,<,<>,=) and wildcards (*,?) for partial matching. Sum numbers in a range that meet supplied criteria.

## Can you have 3 IF statements in Excel?

It is possible to nest multiple IF functions within one Excel formula. You can nest up to 7 IF functions to create a complex IF THEN ELSE statement. TIP: If you have Excel 2016, try the new IFS function instead of nesting multiple IF functions.