Excel Formula Help
Lynn S
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Hi
Can anyone help me with an excel formula i've been trying to do. I have two columns of figures and wish to put the lower of these in a 3rd column
A B C
1 24.5 36.9 ?
2 48.3 23.4 ?
So i want a formula that states if A1 is less than B1, c1=A1, and if A1 is greater than B1, C1=B1.
Hope that all makes sense, I know what I mean lol
Thanks
Lynn
Can anyone help me with an excel formula i've been trying to do. I have two columns of figures and wish to put the lower of these in a 3rd column
A B C
1 24.5 36.9 ?
2 48.3 23.4 ?
So i want a formula that states if A1 is less than B1, c1=A1, and if A1 is greater than B1, C1=B1.
Hope that all makes sense, I know what I mean lol
Thanks
Lynn
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Re Excel Help
In C1 =if(a1<b1,a1,b1) is what you need!
Good luck
Sara0 
For Column C, enter the following formula and drag down:
=IF((A1<B1),A1,B1)
Hopefully should do the trick.
Edit: Sab beat me to it.0 
Thanks very much for that, it works. You have both saved me a lot of time and effort.
Thanks again
Lynn0 
=min(a1:b1)0
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