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Default DCOUNT Issue - MS Access 97

Greetings.

I am trying to figure out this DCOUNT Issue. I'm trying to (in a report) count the number of items in the item table where the completion field is NOT withdrawn

Here's my control source. It's not working. I'm thinking that I can't use the dcount function with a not equals to, but is there any other way i can do this?

=DCount("ItemID","IRSItem","COMPLETIONPERCENTAGE NOT 'W/D'")

HELP!!

thanks!

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=DCount("ItemID","IRSItem","COMPLETIONPERCENTAGE <> 'W/D'")

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