# Have one cell showing progress status

#### censura

##### New Member
Hi all hope you are well .

My problem is this -

I have created a excel sheet to track loan application progress. What i was after was to have one cell (Status) that would show the current status for each applicant. Applicants enter the progress sheet and are assigned the status 'Prospect' in column L of the sheet.

I have set up 2 conditions in columns AA & AB

In AA i am testing if we have a YES in column Z (we have received the required documents back if not this shows as NO) the formula for this being.
=IF((Z2="YES"), "Loan Client",L2) so if Z2 is YES we have the documents then update to Loan Client if NO then shows status in L2 'Prospect'

The other condition is testing if we have had the documents back within 14 days if not give it the status unresponsive
=IF(AND((A2<TODAY()-14),AA2="Prospect"),"Unresponsive","Prospect")

It is all a bit clumsy what i would like is either in column L to update with

Prospect - Loan Client or if not within 14 days Prospect - Unresponsive

If not possible in L then in another column so this shows on enter the system Status Prospect - either Loan Client or Unresponsive

There are additional steps i need to test on other conditions from other columns but if you can help great.

Thank you

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#### PeteWright

##### New Member
Do you have some sample data?
What make it much easier to see what's going on.

##### Well-known Member
Hi Censura,

I'm finding it difficult to follow but is this what you need?

Censura.xlsx
ABKLMYZ
1Latest Document DateStatusDocuments Returned
229-Jan-21ClientYes
328-Jan-21ProspectNo
427-Jan-21ClientYes
526-Jan-21ProspectNo
625-Jan-21ClientYes
724-Jan-21ClientYes
824-Jan-21ProspectNo
923-Jan-21UnresponsiveYes
1022-Jan-21ProspectNo
1121-Jan-21UnresponsiveYes
Sheet1
Cell Formulas
RangeFormula
L2:L11L2=IF(AND(Z2="Yes",A2+14>=TODAY()),"Client",IF(Z2="Yes","Unresponsive","Prospect"))

#### Fluff

##### MrExcel MVP, Moderator
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