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Can someone tell me how to create an "IF" formula that will do two separate things when the result is "True"?

For example (written in English): IF A6>0 then B6="123" AND C6="ABC" else B6=" " AND C6=" "

In cell B6: if(A6>0,"123","")
in cell C6: if(A6>0,"ABC","")

A formula in one cell is not allowed to directly change any other cell.

(Of course, the result of that formula can affect the results of other formulas.)
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