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I use a dbgrid populated by SQL statements extracting data from an Access database. My datatypes are set to currency and I would like to have the default value set to null so if there is no value a blank will appear in the grid cell.  With this there is a problem because you can not add a null field. Any suggestions. Please help.  Thanks
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kswinney earned 70 total points
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Use the IIF function to return your field value like this:

IIF(MyCurrencyField Is Null, MyCurrencyField, 0)

HTH.
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It put me on the right track.
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