Create “if then” formula in Access 2003

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Hello, I'm new with access. I have a table with article numbers in one column. and intro and outro dates in 6 columns. the intro and outro dates come from 3 tables, so that's why the 6 columns (2 columns per table) However, I would like to combine the six columns into 2 columns, one for intro and one for outro date. Can this be done with a if then formula? thanks for the support

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I think it would help for you to give an example of what you have and what you want. If I am understanding you, each article number has three intro dates and three outro dates, but you want it to only have one of each?

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  • Jos1972
    hi, Each article only has one intro and one outro date, however, they can be found in 3 different tables. I found a sollution for the problem. I combined the tables with a union querie. works like a charm. but thanks for the reply.
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