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Is there an arithmetic operator that represents "OR" for use in functions

such as SUMPRODUCT? I am aware that you may use the "*" operator in
SUMPRODUCT to represent an "AND" as in the following case:
=SUMPRODUCT((Condition1)*(Condition2)). What is the appropriate operator to
evaluate "OR" instead of "AND"?




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What does a minus sign do? is this a "but not"

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"Leo Heuser" wrote:

Scott

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Followup to newsgroup only please.

"Scott P" skrev i en meddelelse
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Is there an arithmetic operator that represents "OR" for use in

functions
such as SUMPRODUCT? I am aware that you may use the "*" operator in
SUMPRODUCT to represent an "AND" as in the following case:
=SUMPRODUCT((Condition1)*(Condition2)). What is the appropriate

operator to
evaluate "OR" instead of "AND"?







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