USing IF and ISBLANK with two columns

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Please help. I posted this almost two months ago and still have gotten no help. I am currently using AT-RISK indicators for certain tasks that have not been closed.

The first formula works but does not turn off on the indicator once the task is closed.

=IF([Committed Closure Date]@row - TODAY() > 10, "Green", IF(AND([Committed Closure Date]@row - TODAY() >= 6, [Committed Closure Date]@row - TODAY() <= 10), "Yellow", IF([Committed Closure Date]@row - TODAY() <= 5, "Red")))

I am trying to create another formula that will not show the indicators once the Closure Date column contains a date and no longer blank. This is what I have so far which has not worked for me. Please help.

=IF(AND(ISBLANK([Closure Date]@row), [Committed Closure Date]@row - TODAY() > 10, "Green", IF(AND(AND(ISBLANK([Closure Date]@row), [Committed Closure Date]@row - TODAY() >= 6, [Committed Closure Date]@row - TODAY() <= 10), "Yellow", IF(AND(ISBLANK([Closure Date]@row), [Committed Closure Date]@row - TODAY() <= 5, "Red"))))))

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What about something like this?

=IF(NOT(ISBLANK([Closure Date]@row)), " ", IF([Committed Closure Date]@row - TODAY() > 10, "Green", IF(AND([Committed Closure Date]@row - TODAY() >= 6, [Committed Closure Date]@row - TODAY() <= 10), "Yellow", IF([Committed Closure Date]@row - TODAY() <= 5, "Red"))))

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Glad it worked out!

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What about something like this?

=IF(NOT(ISBLANK([Closure Date]@row)), " ", IF([Committed Closure Date]@row - TODAY() > 10, "Green", IF(AND([Committed Closure Date]@row - TODAY() >= 6, [Committed Closure Date]@row - TODAY() <= 10), "Yellow", IF([Committed Closure Date]@row - TODAY() <= 5, "Red"))))

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@Razetto Well that works! I've been suffering for weeks. Thank you so much!

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