Add criteria to existing formula that references another worksheet in Excel

Column J in UDS! has the current formula:
=IF(LEN([@[Work_Order_ID]])<10,"Land Use","WO")

I would like to revise the Column J formula as follows:
IF(LEN([@[Work_Order_ID]])<10,"Land Use"
If ([@[Work_Order_ID]]) is listed in PLAN10!Id (Column A), and the PLAN10!Close Work Order (Column E) = "Yes", then UDS!Type_Task (Column J) = "AFI"
Else
UDS!Type_Task (Column J) = "WO"

I have attached a sample spreadsheet, and entered the results in red under UDS!Type_Task that I am hoping for.

Thanks,
Andrea
EE_Example.xlsx
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Ejgil HedegaardCommented:
See column K in attached
EE_Example.xlsx
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AndreamaryAuthor Commented:
Perfect, and a very quick turnaround! Thanks very much, Ejgil!
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