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If NULL then N/A

If NULL then N/A

If NULL then N/A

I have a simple field in a report that I am trying to have show "N/A" if the field is blank. I am currently simply using



I have tried a few variations but cannot seem to get it right using the =IIF(IsNull...function.

Any help is appreciated.

Thank you,


RE: If NULL then N/A

You should be able to simply use the format property without messing around with the control source:

CODE --> Property

Format: $#,##0.00[Green];($#,##0.00)[Red];"Zero";"N/A" 

Hook'D on Access
MS Access MVP

RE: If NULL then N/A

Thanks dhookom! I used



and I got the desired results.

Thank you for the help!

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