How to use Greater Than or Equal to in Excel

In this Excel Training video, we’ll show you how to use the greater than or equals to operator. You will learn how to efficiently use the operator within formulas for numerical comparisons, enhancing precision in various tasks such as data analysis and budget calculations.

We will also teach you how to use the operator in conditional formatting, allowing dynamic cell highlighting based on specified conditions. This visual enhancement not only improves data clarity but also enables quick identification of trends, outliers, or critical thresholds. By the end of the tutorial, you’ll have mastered the greater than or equals to operator’s integration in Microsoft Excel.


Paste Formula into C1:

=IF(A1 >= B1, "Yes", "No")

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