12-31-2010, 01:55 AM #5 tinyevil777 Newly Registered User Join Date: Dec 2010 Location: Wales, UK Posts: 137 Thanks: 12 Thanked If you would like to learn more about the IIF function, you may wish to check out the following: IIf function - an introduction Nested IIF functions Too many Nested IIF i have NO idea why this isn't working, and wondered if one of you kind people could shed light on it for me? my review here

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more hot questions question feed about us tour help blog chat data legal privacy policy work here advertising info mobile contact us feedback Technology Life / Arts Culture / Recreation Science Join the community of 500,000 technology professionals and ask your questions. The following procedures provide general guidelines for inspecting the expressions in different types of objects. If any controls display the green triangle mentioned previously, click one of those first.

Please read the above carefully __________________ David Crake To view links or images in signatures your post count must be 10 or greater. I thought you have this on your site already? That's going to leave your users scratching their heads and reaching for the phone to ask what's up. #error In Access Form I have tried using: =Sum([Value]) and =Sum(Nz([Value])) in an unbound textbox in the footer, however i recieve an "#error" everytime i run the report.

MS Access MS Access – Basics of Designing Tables Video by: Jim Using Microsoft Access, learn some simple rules for how to construct tables in a relational database. Access Report #type Error As mentioned earlier, when a query is designed to ask for a parameter value when it is run, the Enter Parameter Value dialog box appears by design. Examine the Record Source property. Inspect a combo box or list box on the form An incorrect expression in the Row Source property of a combo box or list box control can cause the Enter Parameter

Posts: 26,373 Thanks: 0 Thanked 2,403 Times in 2,372 Posts Re: #error when trying to sum a total Yea, I got tired of having to type it all out when asked Access #error In Textbox When Access discovers one calculated control that it cannot resolve, it gives up on calculating the others. In reports Use the HasData property property, specifically for this purpose. Do you know?

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By Susan Harkins | in Microsoft Office, February 6, 2009, 2:14 AM PST RSS Comments Facebook Linkedin Twitter More Email Print Reddit Delicious Digg Pinterest Stumbleupon Google Plus Missing values can Posts: 26,373 Thanks: 0 Thanked 2,403 Times in 2,372 Posts Re: #error when trying to sum a total Oh, I thought you knew how to do that. Access Report #error Print Preview For example, you might have made some changes to the design of your database, and now when you open an object, Access displays the dialog box unexpectedly with a message you Ms Access #error So repeat the below for all calculated fields that may have a record count of 0.

Connect with top rated Experts 10 Experts available now in Live! this page So, see - there's just so much to learn in Access, I keep learning something new very frequently. DCrake View Public Profile Visit DCrake's homepage! Therefore one bad expression can cause other calculated controls to display #Error, even if those controls are bound to valid expressions. #error Access Query

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tinyevil777 View Public Profile Find More Posts by tinyevil777 12-31-2010, 01:54 AM #4 DCrake Administrator Join Date: Jun 2005 Location: Burnley, Lancashire Posts: 8,634 If I change the Control Source to something really simple - like =[Height], it spits out #Error! If it contains the name of a query, or an SQL statement, then one of the identifiers in the statement may be incorrect, and causing the Enter Parameter Value dialog box Ms Access #error In Sum Field More...

asked 2 years ago viewed 21407 times active 1 year ago Related 1DST to UTC append query creates a type conversion error in access0Reports and percents with calculated fields0Access 2010 application, Back up your data; test thoroughly before using on live data. However, doing so isn't always appropriate or practical. useful reference Even = 1 spits out #Error!.

If any controls display the green triangle, pay particular attention to those controls when performing the steps that follow. Top of Section Inspect expressions in a form If the Enter Parameter Value dialog box appears every time that you open a form, the incorrect expression might be in one of Symptoms When you open a Microsoft Office Access object (such as a table, query, form, or report), Access displays the Enter Parameter Value dialog box. Make sure that Form is selected in the list at the top of the Property Sheet task pane, and then click the All tab.

Top of Section Inspect expressions in a report If the Enter Parameter Value dialog box appears when you open a report, follow these steps to inspect the report's properties: Right-click the Check It Out Suggested Solutions Title # Comments Views Activity Alternatives to Access Split Form 5 38 31d Access 2010: How to Have a Form Only Generate Data for One Record I cannot see why. Inspect the identifiers and expressions in the Field row and in the Criteria rows, and determine whether any of the text matches the text that was displayed in the Enter Parameter

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