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Old July 9th, 2004, 12:41 PM
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Default IIF Statement

I have a text box on a report called Procedure that has a record source of Procedure.

I am trying to make the record source be:

=iif([Category]="Glasses",[Procedure],"0")

instead of displaying the "0", what I really want is to skip the 0s and go to next. Any idea how to do that?

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=iif([Category]="Glasses",[Procedure],"") will produce a blank

I'm not sure what you mean by go to next, next record or next category?
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why don't you have, in the SQL that is the recordsource, something like:
Code:
SELECT YourField1, YourField2, IIF([Category]='Glasses',[Procedure],Null) 
FROM YourTable
WHERE Category='Glasses'


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