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automatic conditional data entray

automatic conditional data entray

automatic conditional data entray

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Help for a newbie!

I’m a priest, with two churches in my care. Weddings take place in both of them, but each church has different fees for the provision of a choir.

I have a Weddings database in Approach that keeps tabs of all the relevant information; the database covers both churches.

How do I set up a field so that IF the wedding is to take place in ChurchA AND IF a choir is to be provided, then the choir fee is X; while IF the wedding is to take place in ChurchB AND IF a choir is to be provided, then the choir fee is Y ?

All help appreciated.
Thanks

Would also appreciate reply to : mkomor @ hotmail dot com

RE: automatic conditional data entray

Hi,

I would solve this by having a calculated field with the following formula:

CODE

If(Church = "Church A", If(Choir = Yes, ChurchACharge,0),If(Choir = Yes, ChurchBCharge,0))

Because the charges will increase over time I would suggest that they are kept in fields, and not coded into the formula.

Hope that helps!

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