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iif statement in access query design view

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example:
field1 bblandscape, wallmart, kmart
field2 4,6,9
field3 5,7,6
field4 12,0,5
field5

if field2 > field3 then field5 = "Yes"
if field4 = 0 then field5 = "Yes"

can I add an if (iif) statement or switch statement to field5 in design view of a query and perform both these conditional statements together in some way. I am not writing the syntax right.
thank you
Apr 13 '08 #1
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Try

field5: iif(field4 = 0, "Yes", iif(field2 > field3, "Yes", "No")
Apr 13 '08 #2

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P: 107
Thank you
It worked - I used to use alot of conditional statements in vb6 - but I struggle with the different syntax in access
Apr 13 '08 #3

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