# Formula that can pick the lowest value

#### Excelboo2

##### Board Regular
I have "50" in cell(1,1), and "70" in cells(1,2). Is there any formular that I can set in cell(1,3) to pick the lowest value, ie in this case "50" , automatically? Thanks

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=min(a1:b1)

#### DonkeyOte

##### MrExcel MVP
=MIN(value1,value2)

where value1, value2 can be cell references.

#### Chantty

##### Board Regular
U Can use min formula logic for this:-

=MIN(A1:B1)

#### Excelboo2

##### Board Regular
Thanks, is there any similar function that I can use in VBA?

#### Richard Schollar

##### MrExcel MVP
Application.WorksheetFunction.Min()

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