Multiple Condition Formula checking for duplicates and values

Hey there!
So I am trying to come up with a formula that uses one cell as a reference, checks another sheets column for a match and if found check that same row but in other columns for values and if both conditions are met, enter specific text. For example:
Sheet Example 1Sheet example 2Use cell B2 from Sheet Joe's Truck for reference. Formula to go in Cell C2 (Status)
Condition 1:
If match is found in column A on Warehouse sheet AND Joe is entered in the same row column B on that sheet enter the text "SIGNED OUT"
Condition 2:
If match is found in column A on Warehouse sheet AND Joe is entered in the same row column B AND value is entered in Column C, enter the text "INSTALLED"

I have tried several IF, AND, COUNTIF and MATCH formulas but I just can't seem to get it right.

Thanks in advance for any help :)
Melodie MessinaAsked:
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abbas abdullaCommented:

In your example here, what should the formula return Installed or Signed Out?
Melodie MessinaAuthor Commented:
Thank you for taking the time to respond! :)
I'd like it to be either, or, so if the first condition is met = SIGNED OUT, then if the 2nd condition is met = INSTALLED
abbas abdullaCommented:
Your question is not yet clear for me, The formula can return only one item in a cell. So with the screenshot you shown in the example above what the formula placed in joe's sheet cell C2 should return and why?
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Melodie MessinaAuthor Commented:
Ok I'll try to explain best I can,
If the serial # on Joe's sheet is found on the Warehouse Sheet AND his name is in the same row, the status on Joe's sheet for that serial number should be SIGNED OUT
2.JPG1.JPGBUT if those two conditions are met AND the DATE INSTALLED column has a value in the same row of that serial #, the status should be INSTALLED
Ejgil HedegaardCommented:
Try this in B2

=IF(COUNTIFS(Warehouse!$A:$A,$A2,Warehouse!$B:$B,"Joe",Warehouse!$C:$C,"<>"),"INSTALLED","SIGNED OUT")

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Rob HensonFinance AnalystCommented:
Take a look at the attached using the DGET function.

Your original screenshot sample would not have met any criteria so would be blank. By changing the serial # to 789 it will now meet the criteria.

The DGET function relies on there being only one match for the criteria. If there are more than one entries that match then it will return an error.
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