troubleshooting Question

Return data based on multiple criteria

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Hello, I need a formula

In the spreadsheet on the Sick Leave (All) tab, if cell E matches the value in Column B on the Payroll Column B then look at the date in Column F (Form approval date).  If it's <= Column E on the Payroll Calendar tab, return the date in Column E from the Payroll Calendar tab
FMLA_Paid-Leave-Act--EE-.xlsx
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