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  • MS Access 2007, IIF and Null expressions

    Ok what I want to do is very simple but nothing I have found is helping me. I have a field that sometimes contains a value and but most of the time it is empty. What I want to do is write an expression that says if there is something in this field, then “25”. I believe that I should be using...

    Phil12550120 pointsBadges:
  • Access 2003 IIF Function?

    I have a form and a subform relating to vehicles. The subform has starting mileage, ending mileage and the purpose of the vehicle's use, one of which is oil change. I would like a text box on the main form to show the next oil change mileage which should be 4500 miles from the ending mileage of the...

    Hld111025 pointsBadges:
  • Count IIF Statement?

    In the design of a query, I noticed that under the tab "Group By", there are only a few types of commands to make calculations. For example, the commands include Sum, Avg, Min, Max, Count, StDev, Var, First, Last, Expression, Where. Is it possible to have a special command? I'd like to use...

    Twj21025 pointsBadges:
  • DLookup or IIF statement?

    How do I update the value of one row with the value of a different row? i want to build an expression For example: I have 3 columns. If Column 1=C and C is Null, then I want the values for C in Column 2 to = 10000 (the value from Column 2 for A) and the values for C in Column 3 to = 22000 9the...

    Alexvalentina10 pointsBadges:
  • Still having trouble with IIF in Access 2007

    If I type in the criteria block Is Not Null [Br _extended="true" />then only those people who have a position assigned to them are listed and the position is listed. These are the people who get 25 points. What I need to do is to replace the position with “25″ in simple terms, if any value,...

    Phil12550120 pointsBadges:
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