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How to apply multiple condition for few columns all together

Hello,

 

I want to apply condition like below:

a. (Column 1) == "Yes" and (Column 2) >10

OR

b. (Column 3) == "Yes" and (Column 4) >10

 

So it should be applied in "Condition" control?

Please assist.

 

Thanking in advance.

 

Regards,

Jayashri

 

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Hi @jayashri 

 

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