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Excel less than or equal to

If you use functions like the IF function in Excel, you may wonder how to do an Excel less than or equal to, or alternatively a greater than or equal to calculation.

So to do a less than, you use the less than symbol (<) and for a greater than you use the greater than symbol (>).

To add the extra condition that it is less than OR equal to you simply put an equal sign behind it (<=). For greater than OR equal to you do the same thing (>=).

It is important that you put the equal sign after the size indicator otherwise Excel won’t recognise it and say ‘We found a typo in your formula and tried to correct it to …..’.

How to tell Excel ‘not equal to’