In this article, we will show **4 **ideal examples of **how to use if statement between two numbers in Excel**. To check if a number is within **2** boundary ranges, we can use the **IF **and **AND **functions. You can easily do this task in Excel. So, without any delay, letâ€™s start the discussion.

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## 4 Ideal Examples of IF Statement Between Two Numbers in Excel

To demonstrate the methods, we will use the following dataset. The dataset contains information on the **employees **of a **company**. Here, there is information about **Employeeâ€™s Name**, **Age **and **Joining Dates**. Now, we will show **4** ideal examples of **Excel IF statement between two numbers**.

### 1. Use IF Statement Between Two Numbers in Excel

In this example, with **the** **AND Function**, we can find out if the **age **of the **employees **is inside **2 boundary numbers**. And with **the IF Function**, we can add writing to the conditions. Letâ€™s follow the steps below to learn the method.

**1.1. **Use IF Statement Between Two Numbers Exclusively

- Firstly, declare the boundary numbers.
- Here, we have taken
**32**and**26**as**Upper Limit**and**Lower LimitÂ**respectively. - So, we will find out if the
**age**is between this**boundary condition**.

- To do so, write the following formula in the formula bar of the
**D5**cell:

`=IF(AND(C5>$C$16,C5<$C$15),"Yes","No")`

- Then, press
**Enter**to see the result. - Here, this
**No**result indicates that the value is not between the limits.

**C5**cell( Age of the employee) is greater than the

**C16**cell (Lower Limit) and less than the

**C15**cell (Upper Limit), then it will show

**Yes**. Else, it will show

**No**.

- After that, drag down the formula in the
**D6:D13**range with the**Fill HandleÂ**option.

- As a result, you can observe the result in the
**DÂ**column. - Here, if the age is between
**26**and**32 exclusively**, then it is showing**Yes**. - Else, the result is showing
**No**.

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**1.2. **Use IF Statement Between Two Numbers Inclusively

- In the following step, we will find out if the
**age**is between this**boundary condition**with the**Inclusive**condition. - Now, write down the following formula in the formula bar of the
**E5**cell:

`=IF(AND(C5>=$C$16,C5<=$C$15),"Yes","No")`

- Then, press
**Enter**to see the result. - Here, this
**Yes**indicates that the value is between the limits.

**C5**cell( Age of the employee) is

**greater**or

**equal**to the

**C16**cell (Lower Limit) and

**less**or

**equal**to the

**C15**cell (Upper Limit), then it will show

**Yes**. Else, it will show

**No**.

- After that, drag down the formula in the
**E6:E13**range with the**Fill HandleÂ**option.

- As a result, you can observe the result in the
**EÂ**column. - Here, if the age is between
**26**and**32 inclusively**, then it is showing**Yes**. - Else, the result is showing
**No**.

**26**and

**32**is showing

**Yes**. For the

**Inclusive**option,

**26**and

**32**are also showing

**Yes**and for the

**Exclusive**option,

**26**and

**32**are showing

**No**.

**Read More: ****How to Use IF Function with OR and AND Statement in Excel**

### 2. Check If Value Is Between Maximum and Minimum Numbers

In this example, we will find out if the **age **of the **employees **is inside **2 boundary numbers**. Letâ€™s follow the steps below to learn the method.

**2.1.**** Consider Exclusive Result **

- Firstly, declare the boundary numbers.
- Here, we have taken
**35,38,**and**34**as**Upper Limits**. - And, we have taken
**28,27,**and**26**as**Lower Limits**. - From these limits, we have to calculate the
**Upper Limit**and**Lower LimitÂ**respectively. - After that, we will find out if the
**age**is between the calculated**boundary condition.**

- To do so, write the following formula in the formula bar of the
**D5**cell:

`=IF(AND(C5>MIN($C$16:$E$16),C5<MAX($C$15:$E$15)),"Yes","No")`

- Then, press
**Enter**to see the result. - Here, this
**No**result indicates that the value is not between the limits.

**MIN**function we will get the

**Lower Limit**of the

**C16:E16**range and by the

**MAX**function, we will get the

**Upper Limit**of the

**C15:E15**range. After that, if the value of the

**C5**cell( Age of the employee) is greater than the calculated

**Lower Limit**and less than the calculated

**Upper Limit**, then it will show

**Yes**. Else, it will show

**No**.

- After that, drag down the formula in the
**D6:D13**range with the**Fill HandleÂ**option.

- As a result, you can observe the result in the
**DÂ**column. - Here, if the age is between the calculated
**upper**and**lower**range**exclusively**, then it is showing**Yes**. - Else, the result is showing
**No**.

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**2.2.**** Find Inclusive Result**

- In the following step, we will find out if the
**age**is between this**boundary condition**with the Inclusive condition. - Now, write down the following formula in the
**E5**cell:

`=IF(AND(C5>=MIN($C$16:$E$16),C5<=MAX($C$15:$E$15)),"Yes","No")`

- Then, press
**Enter**to see the result. - Here, this
**Yes**result indicates that the value is between the limits.

**MIN**function we will get the

**Lower Limit**of the

**C16:E16**range and by the

**MAX**function, we will get the

**Upper Limit**of the

**C15:E15**range. After that, if the value of the

**C5**cell( Age of the employee) is

**equal**or

**greater**than the calculated

**Lower Limit**and

**equal**or

**less**than the calculated

**Upper Limit**, then it will show

**Yes**. Else, it will show

**No**.

- After that, drag down the formula in the
**E6:E13**range with the**Fill HandleÂ**option.

- As a result, you can observe the result in the
**EÂ**column. - Here, if the age is between the calculated upper and lower range
**inclusively**, then it is showing**Yes**. - Else, the result is showing
**No**.

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### 3. Insert IF Statement Between Two Dates in Excel

In this example, we will find out if the **joining date **of the **employees **is inside **2 boundary dates**. Letâ€™s follow the steps below to learn the method.

**STEPS:**

- Firstly, declare the boundary numbers.
- Here, we have taken the
**1st of January, 2022**and**31st of December, 2022**as**Lower Limit**and**Upper LimitÂ**respectively. - So, we will find out if the
**joining date**is between this**boundary condition**. - To do so, write the following formula in the formula bar of the
**D5**cell:

`=IF(AND(C5>=$C$16,C5<=$C$15),"Yes","No")`

- Then, press
**Enter**to see the result.

**C5**cell( Joining Date of the employee) is

**greater**or

**equal**to the

**C16**cell (Lower Limit) and

**less**or

**equal**to the

**C15**cell (Upper Limit), then it will show

**Yes**. Else, it will show

**No**.

- After that, drag down the formula in the
**D6:D13**range with the**Fill HandleÂ**option.

- As a result, you can observe the result in the
**DÂ**column. - Here, if the joining date is between
**1st January**and**31 December 2022**then it is showing**Yes**. - Else, the result is showing
**No**.

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### 4. Apply IF Statement to Check If Dates Are Within Some Specific Days

In this example, we will find out if the **joining date **of the **employees **is within some specific days.

#### 4.1. Within Next N Days

Suppose, we want to find out if there is any possibility of a **new joining** within a few days. Therefore, in the following step, we will find out if the **joining date **of the **employees **is within the next some days.

- Now, write down the following formula in the formula bar of the
**D5**cell:

`=IF(AND(C5>TODAY(),C5<=TODAY()+7),"Upcoming Joining","Already Joined")`

- Then, press
**Enter**to see the result. - Today is
**11th January 2023**. - And, as the date is not between
**11**to**18th January 2023**, it is showing**Already Joined**.

- After that, drag down the formula in the
**D6:D13**range with the**Fill HandleÂ**option.

- As a result, you can observe the result in the
**DÂ**column. - Here, if the joining date is between
**today**and (**today**+**7)**days**,**then it is showing**Upcoming Joining**. - Else, the result is showing
**Already Joined**.

#### 4.2. Within Last N Days

Suppose, we want to find out if there is any possibility of new joining within a few days. Therefore, in the following step, we will find out if the **joining date **of the **employees **is within the next some days.

- Now, write down the following formula in the formula bar of the
**D5**cell:

`=IF(AND(C5>TODAY(),C5<=TODAY()+7),"Upcoming Joining","Already Joined")`

- Then, press
**Enter**to see the result. - Today is
**11th January 2023**. - And, as the date is not between
**11**to**4th January 2023**, it is showing**No**.

- After that, drag down the formula in the
**D6:D13**range with the**Fill HandleÂ**option.

- As a result, you can observe the result in the
**DÂ**column. - Here, if the joining date is between
**today**and (**today**â€“**7)**days**,**then it is showing**Recently Joined**. - Else, the result is showing
**No**.

## Conclusion

In this article, we have demonstrated **4** examples of **Excel IF statement between two numbers**. There is a practice workbook at the beginning of the article. Go ahead and give it a try. To read similar articles, check out the **ExcelDemy** website. Last but not least, please use the comment section below to post any questions or make any suggestions you might have.