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    techexpressinc is offline Competent Performer
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    query - criteria based on another row field value

    I would like this field
    TRAVEL TIME VALUE: [Export_Data]![TIME-SA]



    to be zero un-less another field
    Activity Type_SA is eqaul to "Travel"

    Anyone know how could I code this???

    attached is a screen image of the query


    Thanks in advance.

    Russ
    rneuman@ SCANINC.org

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    The Immediate If (IIF) works in a query. It is not a good idea to have embedded spaces an any name in Access.

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