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Conditional Expression in a query

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I'm so new to this, so you will have to explain every detail to me. Let's say I have field "1" that is populated with either W or B and a second field "2" that is populated with either H or S. If field 1 and 2 = W and H then "Undecided" If field 1 and 2 = B and H then "Non Ex" If field 1 and 2 = B and S then "Ex". Like I said since I'm new I will need you to explain where to place this in the query.

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Jan 20 '10 #1
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This page has a section on using IIf in a query, and explains it quite fully.
IIf Function[http://office.microsoft.com/en-us/ac...88531033.aspx]
Jan 20 '10 #2

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The link states that is no longer available. I have tried the if statement but it doesn't work. But of course I may not be putting it in the right place. I'm placing it in the criteria of one of the fields.
Jan 20 '10 #3

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Hello there is a very simple solution. (You solved the problem asking the question, you just need to translate it into VBA code) The following code will mirror your question.

Here's the code...
Place a command button on your form "cmdDecision" and display the results in a textbox or lable. Or in the "AfterUppdate" of field 2.


Private Sub cmdDecision_Cllick()

If Me.Field1 = "W" and Me.Field2 = "H" Then
txtDecision = ""Undecided" or lblDecision = "Undecided"
ElseIf Me.Field1 = "B" and Field2 = "H" then
txtDecision = "NonEx" or lblDecision = "NonEx"
ElseIf Me.Feild1 = "B" and Field2 = "S" then
txtDecision = "Ex" or lblDecision = "Ex"
End Sub



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Lamar Dixon, Jr.
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Salient Technologies, LLC
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Jan 21 '10 #4

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Click the words "IIf Function" in my previous post. It seems the forums have included the last ] in the address of the other link, so you could also click that and delete the bracket off the end.
Jan 21 '10 #5

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