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two more additional step to current if formula

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Hi Experts excel 2007

Need to amend current formula to include additional step below
=IF(E2<>"",E2,IF(AND(A2="Closed",B2="crc"),"time out",""))

So if a2 also is pack and b2 is rrc then into c2 out...above formula is 100% prefect.
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by:Santosh Gupta
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Try

=IF(E2<>"",E2,IF(AND(A2="Closed",A2="Pack",B2="rrc",B2="crc"),"time out",""))
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by:route217
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Hi expert's

If b2is  rrc then out if based on a2 other wise if b2 is crc then time out based on a2..as above formula
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by:Santosh Gupta
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Try this..

=IF(E2<>"",E2,IF(OR(A2="Closed",A2="Pack",B2="rrc",B2="crc"),"time out",""))

if not work, pls explain in details or share the example sheet.
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by:route217
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Hi expert

If rrc it has to be out not time out...nearly there unless I am wrong. .only time if crc..
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do u mean this
=IF(B2="rrc",A2,IF(B2="crc",IF(E2<>"",E2,IF(AND(A2="Closed",B2="crc"),"time out",""))))

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by:itjockey
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as per your very first post
=IF(E2<>"",E2,IF(AND(A2="Closed",B2="crc"),"time out",IF(AND(A2="pack",B2="rrc"),C2)))

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by:itjockey
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or this  
=IF(AND(A2="Pack",B2="rrc"),C2,IF(E2<>"",E2,IF(AND(A2="Closed",B2="crc"),"time out","")))

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Santosh Gupta earned 300 total points
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try this

=IF(B2="rrc","No timeout",IF(E2<>"",E2,IF(OR(A2="Closed",A2="Pack",B2="crc"),"time out","")))
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by:Rob Henson
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How about:

=IF(E2<>"",E2,IF(AND(A2="Closed",B2="crc"),"time out",IF(AND(A2="Pack",B2="brc"),"out",""))

Thanks
Rob H
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by:route217
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Hi Gupts
How would I change ur post39955846 so if e2<>"", then rest of  the formula
So remove, E2,

Everything else if fine.m
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by:route217
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Fixed ...
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do you mean by

=IF(B2="rrc","No timeout",IF(OR(A2="Closed",A2="Pack",B2="crc"),"time out",""))
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