# VBA IF OR Article byJeevan A Y IF OR are not a single statement these are two logical functions which are used to together some times in VBA, we use these two logical functions together when we have more than one criteria to check with and if any one of the criteria is fulfilled we get the true result, when we use the if statement Or statement is used between the two criteria’s of If statement.

## IF OR Function in VBA

Logical functions are the heart of any criteria based calculations. “IF” is the most popular logical function, be it as a worksheet function or as a VBA function, it serves excellently for our needs. But one more logical function, “OR” in excel, is the most underrated function. It is also important to master when it comes to solving complex calculations. In this article, we will take you through the VBA IF OR Function in detail. Read the full article to get the function in detail.

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### How to Use IF with OR Function in VBA?

We will show you a simple example of using IF OR function in VBA.

You can download this VBA IF OR Excel Template here – VBA IF OR Excel Template

A combination of logical functions is the best pairs in excel. When you combine many logical formulas inside the other logical formula, it suggests that calculation requires many conditions to test.

Now, look at the syntax of the IF OR function in VBA.

`[Test] OR [Test] OR [Test]`

This is the same as we saw in the worksheet example. For a better understanding, look at the below example.

We have the previous month’s price, the last 6-month average price, and the current monthly price here.

To decide on whether to buy the product or not, we need to do some tests here, and those tests are.

If the Current Price is less than or equal to any of one of the other two prices, we should get the result as “Buy” or else should get the result as “Do Not Buy.”

Step 1: Open IF condition inside the subprocedure.

Code:

```Sub IF_OR_Example1()

If

End Sub```

Step 2: Inside the IF condition, apply the first logical test as Range(“D2”).Value <= Range(“B2”).Value

Code:

```Sub IF_OR_Example1()

If Range(“D2”).Value <= Range(“B2”).Value

End Sub```

Step 3: First logical condition is done, now open OR statement.

Code:

```Sub IF_OR_Example1()

If Range("D2").Value <= Range("B2").Value OR

End Sub```

Step 4: Now apply the second logical condition as Range(“D2”).Value <= Range(“C2”).Value

Code:

```Sub IF_OR_Example1()

If Range("D2").Value <= Range("B2").Value OR Range("D2").Value <= Range("C2").Value

End Sub```

Step 5: Ok, we are done with the logical tests here. After the logical tests, put the word “Then.”

Code:

```Sub IF_OR_Example1()

If Range("D2").Value <= Range("B2").Value Or Range("D2").Value <= Range("C2").Value Then

End Sub```

Step 6: In the next line, write what should be the result if the is TRUE. If the condition is TRUE, we need the result as “Buy” in cell E2.

Code:

```Sub IF_OR_Example1()

If Range("D2").Value <= Range("B2").Value Or Range("D2").Value <= Range("C2").Value Then

End Sub```

Step 7: If the result is FALSE, we should get the result as “Do Not Buy.” So in the next line, put “Else” and write the code in the next line.

Code:

```Sub IF_OR_Example1()

If Range("D2").Value <= Range("B2").Value Or Range("D2").Value <= Range("C2").Value Then

Else

End Sub```

Step 8: Close the IF statement with the word “End If.”

Code:

```Sub IF_OR_Example1()

If Range("D2").Value <= Range("B2").Value Or Range("D2").Value <= Range("C2").Value Then

Else
End If

End Sub```

Ok, we are done with the coding part.

Let’s run this code using F5 or manually through the run option and see what the result is in cell E2.

We got the result as “Buy” because the current monthly price of Apple is less than the price of both “Previous Month” as well as “6 Month Average Price”.

### IF OR VBA Function with Loops (Advanced)

Once you understand the formula, try to use it with a larger number of cells. In the case of a larger number of cells, we cannot write any line of code, so we need to .

For the above set of data, I have added a few more lines.

We need to use the For Next loop here.

Just keep the current code as it is.

Declare the variable as an integer.

Now open For Next Loop from 2 to 9.

Now, wherever we have , change the current number, and concatenate the variable “k” with them.

For example, Range (“D2”).Value should be Range (“D” & k).Value

Now run the code. We should get the status in all the cells.

You can copy the code below.

Code:

```Sub IF_OR_Example1()

Dim k As Integer

For k = 2 To 9

If Range("D" & k).Value <= Range("B" & k).Value Or Range("D" & k).Value <= Range("C" & k).Value Then

Else

Range("E" & k).Value = "Do Not Buy"

End If

Next k

End Sub```

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