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# if its not 10 = N/A

## if its not 10 = N/A

(OP)
Hi,
I’m trying to make a number field show an N/A. Below is the formula I'm using. any help

=IF(B33="",0,IF(B33=N/A,N/A,IF(B33="FAIL",0,20)))

=IF(B38="",0,IF(B38=N/A,N/A,IF(B38="FAIL",0,20)))

TCB

### RE: if its not 10 = N/A

This question should probably posted in forum68: Microsoft: Office. This forum is for Access Queries.

### RE: if its not 10 = N/A

=IF(B33="",0,IF(B33="N/A","N/A",IF(B33="FAIL",0,20)))

Randy

### RE: if its not 10 = N/A

(OP)
Thanks Randy

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