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Use the AND and OR functions to construct complex Boolean criteria:

Lesson 3-16 from: Microsoft Excel 2016 Expert Skills (0 Video Lessons)
Use the AND and OR functions to construct complex Boolean criteria
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Online Video Course: Microsoft Excel 2016 Expert Skills
Session: Session 3: Advanced Functions
Lesson: Lesson 3-16 Use the AND and OR functions to construct complex Boolean criteria Excel 2016 Expert Skills Lesson 3-16 Use the AND and OR functions to construct complex logical expressions (or Boolean criteria)
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This video lesson fully explains the AND and OR functions in Excel 2016 formulas. You'll see how AND and OR can be used to calculate a bonus according to three different criteria. This lesson also explains the NOT logical function to invert logical results. After this lesson, you should fully understand how AND and OR logic works and how to use AND and OR in your logical formulas.