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    mugsyronrox is offline Novice
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    Help using iif and date add statement

    I'm trying to write and expression that adds 14 days to the date received date and returns the result in the date due column if the column labeled "letter requiring response" is "yes". Shown below are the fields in my database. I'm terrible at writing iif statements so any help would be appreciated.




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    mugsyronrox is offline Novice
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    The field names are:

    DateRceived

    LetterRequiringResponse This is a YES/NO field

    DateDe

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    ssanfu is offline Master of Nothing
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    For a query or VBA?


    "DateDe" should be "DateDue"?
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    Ajax is offline VIP
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    assuming this is a query or form- (don't store calculated values in tables)

    datedue:iif(LetterRequiringResponse,datereceived+14)

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