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    Dealing With Expression Of The Form

    Hello Guys
    I have a query that contains the expression
    As the picture
    What I want is
    In the field (Field)
    Mark how the user can change the numbers (degrees) without access programmatically or in design
    Please Help
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    Field is a reserved word. Should use a name other than Field.

    Don't really understand the question - what do you want to change numbers to other than what you show in the expression?

    There are fields named Computer, Maths, Statistics, Medical? Why does the average score determine which field value is displayed?

    Switch() could be used instead of nested IIf

    Switch([Expr1]>=80,[Computer]; [Expr1]>=70,[Maths]; [Expr1]>=60,[Statistics]; [Expr1]>=50,[Medical])
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    Thank you very much
    What I want is
    1. The user can change the names and numbers of the form of expression
    2. Change (There are fields named Computer, Maths, Statistics, Medical? Why does the average score determine which field value is displayed?
    ) By the user

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    You want the user to control what is displayed and you want them to be able to set the group breaks?

    Never seen anything like this.
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    Yes
    This is exactly what I want
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