We can use the **TRUE function** to return a result if the **criteria** is satisfied. The steps below will walk through the process.

*Figure 1: How to Use the TRUE Function*

**Syntax**

**=TRUE()**

**Formula**

**=IF(B4****>60,****TRUE())**

**Setting up the Data**

- We will set up the data by inputting the
**SUBJECTS**into**Column A** **Column B**will contain the scores for each subject**Column C**is where we want the formula to return the result for the**TRUE Function**

* Figure 2: Setting up the Data*

**Using the True Function**

- We will click on
**Cell C4** - We will insert the formula below into the cell

`=`

**IF(B4****>60,****TRUE())** - We will
**press the enter key**

* Figure 3: Output of the TRUE function for Cell B4*

- We will click on
**Cell C4**again - We will
**double-click**on the fill handle (**the small plus sign at the bottom right of Cell C4**) and drag down to copy the formula into the other cells

* Figure 4: Result of the TRUE Function*

**Explanation**

The value in the cell is checked if it is greater than 60. If it is, the **IF Function** returns **TRUE** and **FALSE** if otherwise.

**Note**

If we enter logical expressions such as **=B4****>60 **into **Cell C4, **we will still get the same return value of **TRUE.**

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