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Need a formula in excel

I have two cells to see is a statement is true so if T2 equals "clark", "skamania", or "clickitat" and the U2 equals "WA" give me a value of x. How would I write this formula?

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Use if statement
=IF(AND(OR(A1="clark",A1="skamania",A1="clickitat"),B1="WA"),1,0)
where A1=T2 and B1=U2

Posted on Jul 16, 2009

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