# TRUE

The TRUE function in Excel returns the logical value TRUE, which represents the boolean value of 'true' or 'yes'. It is used when you need to set a condition to be true.

## Syntax ๐

=TRUE()

## About TRUE ๐

When you need to denote a true or 'yes' value within a logical formula or condition, the TRUE function comes to the rescue. By simply calling TRUE(), you signal Excel to interpret the result as true, helping in constructing logical expressions that hinge on affirmative outcomes. This function is fundamental in scenarios where a condition must be met or acknowledged as true.

## Examples ๐

If you want to check whether a certain condition is met and return 'Yes' if it is true, you can use TRUE within an IF formula like this: =IF(A1>10, TRUE(), FALSE())

In conditional formatting to highlight cells where a specific criterion is true, you can set a rule using =TRUE() as the condition to format cells in a certain way.

## Notes ๐

The TRUE function does not require any arguments. It simply returns the logical value of TRUE. Remember that TRUE is case-insensitive in Excel, so you can type it in either uppercase or lowercase.

## Questions ๐

**When should I use the TRUE function in Excel?**

You should use the TRUE function when you need to set a condition to be true within a logical formula or expression. It helps in defining true or affirmative outcomes in calculations or conditional formatting.

**Is the TRUE function case-sensitive in Excel?**

No, the TRUE function in Excel is not case-sensitive. It can be typed in either uppercase or lowercase, and it will return the same logical value of TRUE.

**Can I combine the TRUE function with other logical functions in Excel?**

Yes, you can certainly combine the TRUE function with other logical functions like IF, AND, OR, etc., to create more complex logical conditions and calculations in Excel.