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vern07

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I want column E after row 3 to check if column B=PO, if so look in Column D, if blank return with "no promise date", if a date is entered and the date is within 10 days prior to A2 return with "confirm promise date", if column D is 11 days before A2 or greater then nothing. If blank or Req no action.
 

GraH - Guido

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Try,

=IF (and(B4="PO", D4 >= ($A$2-10), D4 <= $A$2), "confirm promise date", IF (and(B4="PO", D4=""), "no promise date", "no action"))

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vern07

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adding another twist, keeping everything you already did. Column E look in column A if not blank and column B is blank return "in process". I'm uploading the file this time
 

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GraH - Guido

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simply add a new IF ( ) before the last false argument.
=IF(AND(B4="PO",D4>=($A$2-10),D4<=$A$2),"confirm promise date",IF(AND(B4="PO",D4>$A$2),"needs expedited",IF(AND(B4="PO",D4=""),"no promise date",IF(B4="return","in process",""))))

Depending of your version of Excel one could use SWITCH ( ) and avoid the IF-nesting.

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