Excel FALSE function returns the Boolean value FALSE. The main purpose of False Function is to generate a Logical value FALSE. The FALSE function is classified as a “compatibility function”, needed only for compatibility with other spreadsheet applications. There is no need to use FALSE() if you are creating a spreadsheet in Excel. We Shall see in detail about the Syntax, and Output of the FALSE function with an example and any other relevant details.

## Excel False Function

The FALSE function is classified as a “compatibility function”, needed only for compatibility with other spreadsheet applications. There is no need to use the FALSE function if you are creating a spreadsheet in Excel. Note that logical expressions will automatically generate TRUE and FALSE results.

**Syntax **

= FALSE()

**False Function Example **

=IF(A1>100,”YES”,FALSE())

=IF(A1>100,”YES”,FALSE)

=IF(A1>100,”YES”)

All three formulas return FALSE if the value in A1 is not greater than 100. All three formulas above based on the IF function are functionally equivalent.