Check If Each Cell Has A Date Greater Than TODAY
I've got the following function that check if each cell has a date greater than TODAY(). If result is true, it'll display "NO GO". Otherwise, it'll display "GO".
I would want to improve on it such that if any of the 'B5:F5' cell is empty, it'll display "Incomplete" instead of "No Go".
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