Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
In Depth Information
When you work with an IF function, the Function Arguments dialog box has three boxes:
Logical_test, Value_if_true, and Value_if_false. The Logical_test box holds the condition
you want to check. If the customer’s year-to-date shipping bill appears in cell G8, the
expression would be G8>100000 .
Now you need to have Excel display messages that indicate whether Craig Dewar should
evaluate the account for a possible rate adjustment. To have Excel print a message from
an IF function, you enclose the message in quotes in the Value_if_true or Value_if_false
box. In this case, you would type “High-volume shipper—evaluate for rate decrease.” in
the Value_if_true box and “Does not qualify at this time.” in the Value_if_false box.
Excel also includes several other conditional functions you can use to summarize your data,
shown in the following table.
Function Description
AVERAGEIF Finds the average of values within a cell range that meet a given criterion
AVERAGEIFS Finds the average of values within a cell range that meet multiple criteria
COUNT Counts the number of cells in a range that contain a numerical value
COUNTA Counts the number of cells in a range that are not empty
COUNTBLANK Counts the number of cells in a range that are empty
COUNTIF
Counts the number of cells in a range that meet a given criterion
Counts the number of cells in a range that meet multiple criteria
COUNTIFS
Displays one value if a formula results in an error and another if it doesn’t
IFERROR
Finds the sum of values in a range that meet a single criterion
SUMIF
Finds the sum of values in a range that meet multiple criteria
SUMIFS
 
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