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Hi Experts Excel 2007

Need a if formula to do the following
If cell a2 is closed and cell b2 is crc then set c2 to time out.
Closed
Crc  and
Time out are words in cells
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put this formula in C2 and drag it down
=IF(and(A2="closed",B2="crc"),"Time out","")

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=IF(AND(A2="Closed",B2="crc"),"time out","")
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=IF(AND(A2="closed",B2="crc"),"Time out","")
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ooppss dint refresh browser as you can see there is 6 sec time difference.
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Thank u all experts..
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