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when i'm create the sql statement, the error "the specific field'[Course]' could refer to more than 1 table listed in the FROM clause of your SQl statement. What it's means and how to i change that coding. This is my coding that i'm use:

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  1. IIf(([Course]="BDTVEC Higher National Diploma in Computing [HND]") And [Total Score 11]>79,"Distinction",IIf(([Course]="BDTVEC National Diploma in Computer Studies [ND]") And [Total Score 11]>84,"Distinction",IIf(([Course]="BDTVEC Pre National Diploma in Computer Studies [PND]") And [Total Score 11]>84,"Distinction",IIf([Total Score 11]>64,"Merit",IIf([Total Score 11]>49,"Pass","Referral")))))  AS [Grade 11]
Mar 8 '12 #1
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The error is saying that you have the same field in two or more tables and it doesn't know which one to use. To resolve it, you just need to qualify.
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  1. SELECT table1.fieldName
  2. FROM table1, table2
Mar 8 '12 #2

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