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    SpotoR1 is offline Novice
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    Cool Query for IIF statements

    I forgot how to do this: I have a table and the field name is 3 position numeric 111, 121, 131 and I am trying to get a text displayed:
    BOS $35
    SRM $36
    OTHER $5,000

    So the iff statement is not a simple iif this then and else.

    BOS are all the 111


    SRM are all the 121
    OTHER are all the 131 codes.

    Anyone know how to do this?

    I have tried creating a new column called location: IIF([SAG]="111","BOS", or IIF([SAG]="121","SRM", or IIF([SAG]="131","OTHER")

    this did not work open to suggestions.

    Thanks in advance - Ray

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    Iif([SAG]="111","BOS", iif([SAG]="121","SRM", iif([SAG]="131","OTHER") )

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    SpotoR1 is offline Novice
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    Talking thank you

    I will try that tomorrow thanks for the prompt reply that is what I am looking for.

    I will be able to see what you have and apply it and see where I messed up I could have swore I had something similar but it didnt work for me so this will give me something to work with.

    again thanks,

    ray

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