# Return true if one or more cells meet qualifications

#### LeonardH

##### New Member
Hello, sorry if this is too easy for some of you looking for amazingly complex puzzles, I'm just stuck in a brain fart though.

I am currently working on a spreadsheet that I use to input a lot of data into. Ideally I would like for a formula to return TRUE if one or more cells contain a value >= 2. The equation I currently have is as follows:

=IF(XOR(\$B12>=2,\$C12>=2,\$D12>=2),\$A12,"")

Unfortunately at this time, if more than one cell is >= 2 the formula currently returns FALSE.

Does anyone have any ideas?

Thanks!

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#### Fluff

##### MrExcel MVP, Moderator
Simply remove the X from XOR

Thank you!

You're welcome

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