The** AND **function is a very much popular function in Google Sheets. We can use this function to get logical output on a set of conditions. The **AND** function can be used alone and also with different functions like the **IF** and **OR** functions. In this article, I’ll show 4 suitable examples to use **AND** function in Google Sheets with clear steps and images.

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**What Is AND Function in Google Sheets?**

The **AND** function in Google Sheets gives **TRUE** if all the conditions are true otherwise **FALSE**.

**Syntax**

The syntax of the **AND** function is like below-

`AND(logical_expression1, [logical_expression2, …])`

**Argument**

Argument | Requirement | Function |
---|---|---|

Logical expression 1 | Required | Reference or text containing the logic |

Logical expression 2 | Required | Extra reference or text containing the logic |

**Output**

The formula **AND(A1=1, A2=2) **will show **TRUE** as output if both conditions are matching otherwise **FALSE**.

**4 Suitable Examples to Use AND Function in Google Sheets**

Let’s get introduced to our dataset first. Here we have 2 common products, i.e. Computers and Smartphones in **Column B** and their prices in **Column C**. Now we’ll see how to use the **AND** function in Google Sheets to set different criteria with this dataset.

**Example 1. Applying AND Function Alone**

The **AND** function is self-sufficient. We can use this function alone with different criteria. In this example, we want to get **TRUE** if the product is Computer and its price is above $500. Let’s see how to do it.

**Steps:**

- Firstly, type the following formula in
**Cell D5**–

`=AND(B5 = "Computer" ,C5 > 500)`

- Secondly, hit
**Enter**to get the output.

- Finally, you’ll get
**TRUE**for those Computers whose prices are higher than $500 otherwise**FALSE**.

**Read More: Conditional Formatting with Multiple Conditions Using Custom Formulas in Google Sheets**

**Example 2. Using AND Function with Helper Column**

We can also use the **AND** function with the help of creating helper columns. Now we want the same output as Example 1. But this time we’ll make 2 helper columns and then apply the **AND** function with respect to these columns. This process is a bit lengthy.

**Steps:**

- At first, write the following formula in
**Cell D5**–

`=B5="Computer"`

- Then, press
**Enter**to get the result.

- Again, insert the below formula in
**Cell E5**–

`=C5>500`

- Next, hit the
**Enter Button**to get your desired output.

- At last, put the next formula in
**Cell F5**–

`=AND(D5,E5)`

- Ultimately, press the
**Enter Button**to get the final result.

- Moreover, select
**Cells D5**to**F5**together and apply the**Fill****Handle**tool.

- In the end, the final result will be like the following picture. It’ll give
**TRUE**if conditions are met or otherwise**FALSE**as you can see in the picture.

**Read More: Google Sheets: Conditional Formatting with Multiple Conditions**

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**Example 3. Combining IF and AND Functions**

Now we don’t want the output as **TRUE** or **FALSE**. If the product is a Computer and its price is above $500, then we want the output as **Over Priced**. And If the condition doesn’t match then we want **Not Applicable** as our output. We can simply do this by combining the **IF** and **AND** functions together.

**Steps:**

- First of all, type the following formula in
**Cell D5**–

`=IF(AND(B5="Computer",C5>500), "Over Priced","Not Applicable")`

- Consequently, hit
**Enter**to get the output.

**Formula Breakdown**

**AND(B5=”Computer”,C5>500)**

Before all, this function will search for **Computer** in **Cell B5** and values greater than **500** in **Cell C5**. Finally, it returns **TRUE** if both conditions are met otherwise **FALSE**.

**IF(AND(B5=”Computer”,C5>500), “Over Priced”,”Not Applicable”)**

Then, this function will give **Over Priced** for the condition met with the help of the **AND** function. If the condition doesn’t match then it’ll give **Not Applicable**.

- Thereafter, assign the
**Fill****Handle**tool to apply the formula in**Column D**.

- Afterward, you’ll get
**Over Priced**in the cells if the condition is met and**Not Applicable**in the rest of the cells.

**Read More: How to Use IF Function in Google Sheets (6 Suitable Examples)**

**Example 4. Uniting IF, AND, and OR Functions**

This time we’ll unite the **IF, AND**, and **OR** functions together to extend our conditions. Besides getting the output for computers priced above $500 we now want the same result for smartphones also. The steps are given below.

**Steps:**

- In the first place, write the next formula in
**Cell D5**–

`=IF(OR(AND(B5="Computer",C5>500), AND(B5="Smartphone",C5>500)),"Over Priced","Not Applicable")`

- Then, click on the
**Enter Button**to get your desired result.

**Formula Breakdown**

**AND(B5=”Computer”,C5>500)**

Firstly, this function will search for **Computer** in **Cell B5** and values greater than **500** in **Cell C5**. Secondly, it returns **TRUE** if both conditions are met otherwise **FALSE**.

**AND(B5=”Smartphone”,C5>500)**

This function also does the same task as mentioned before. The difference is that now the criteria for searching is **Smartphone** and values greater than **500**.

**OR(AND(B5=”Computer”,C5>500), AND(B5=”Smartphone”,C5>500))**

After that, the **OR** function matches both the criteria and returns **TRUE** if any of them satisfies the condition.

**IF(OR(AND(B5=”Computer”,C5>500), AND(B5=”Smartphone”,C5>500)),”Over Priced”,”Not Applicable”)**

Finally, this function will give **Over Priced** for the conditions met with the help of both the **AND** and **OR** functions. If the condition doesn’t match then it’ll give **Not Applicable**.

- Later, use the
**Fill****Handle**tool to assign the formula in**Column D.**

- Ultimately, you’ll get
**Over Priced**in the cells if both conditions are met. Otherwise, you’ll get**Not Applicable**as you can see in the picture.

**Read More: How to Use IF and OR Formula in Google Sheets (2 Examples)**

**Conclusion**

That’s all for now. Thank you for reading this article. In this article, I have discussed 4 suitable examples to use the **AND** function in Google Sheets. Please comment in the comment section if you have any queries about this article. You will also find different articles related to google sheets on our **officewheel.com****.** Visit the site and explore more.

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