AND statement....

j33pguy

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hi...i'm trying to compare 4 cells to a value....
the following is what i've got so far...but it doesn't give the correct output.
if cells G5 through G8 are equal and are equal to "Y", i'd like to return "yes", otherwise "NO"

what i have and what doesn't work properly is:

=if(AND(G5=G6=G7=G8="Y"),"Yes","No")

Suggestions? :)
 

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jon, i didn't mean to duplicate my post....this is a side question that i've been trying to deal with regardless of my other post....sorry for the confusion though.

njimack, thank you...that's simple....i can't believe i didn't think of it! thanks so much!
 
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