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how to formating automatic display of expired, open or closed

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    how to formating automatic display of expired, open or closed

    Hello dear excel gurus. I hope you can help me to figure out my doubt. I would like that my excel cell "STATUS" shows automatically the words "Expired, Open or Closed" dependind on the Deadline. I think I have attached my excel file. If I have not please let me know.

    Thanks in advance for you support on this issue.
    Jhon

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    Re: how to formating automatic display of expired, open or closed

    =IF(I9<>"","Closed",IF(AND(I9="",TODAY()>G9),"Expired","Open"))

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    Re: how to formating automatic display of expired, open or closed

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