# Excel TRUE function

## Summary

The Excel TRUE function is used to explicitly return the logical value TRUE. Similar to the FALSE function, TRUE can be used for clarity in formulas, particularly where logical decisions are being made. Logical expressions inherently return either TRUE or FALSE, but explicitly using TRUE can make formulas more readable.
##### Syntax
```				```
=TRUE()
```
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This function does not take any arguments.
##### Return value
The logical value TRUE.

## How to use

TRUE can be used in any context where a definite TRUE value is needed, especially in logical conditions like IF functions. It serves the same purpose as directly using the TRUE value or allowing a logical expression to evaluate to TRUE.

## Examples

##### TRUE and IF
The TRUE function generates the Boolean value TRUE. Consequently, the two IF function-based formulas presented below achieve the same result:
```				```
=IF(A1 <= 10, TRUE())
=IF(A1 <= 10, TRUE)
```
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These formulas assess if the value in A1 is less than or equal to 10. If true, the two formulas explicitly return TRUE.