How to Use Greater Than or Equal To in Excel

This Excel training video focuses on the effective utilization of the greater than or equals to operator in Microsoft Excel. The video provides clear guidance on incorporating this operator within formulas, enabling users to perform calculations that involve comparisons with values equal to or greater than a specified threshold.

Additionally, the tutorial extends its coverage to the application of the greater than or equals to operator in conditional formatting, showcasing how users can visually highlight cells or ranges that meet specific criteria. By exploring both aspects, viewers gain a comprehensive understanding of how to leverage this operator for numerical analysis and visual data representation in Excel.


Formula to output “yes” or “no” if a A1 is greater than or equal to B1:

=IF(A1 >= B1, "yes", "no")

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