More than one IF in a VB script.

Hi,
I am using a report designer (C1 Report Designer) that uses SQL behind it. In the report I have several group headers. Within each header I have VB script that does various things. What I want to do is create VB script that allows me to have more than one IF condition relating to that header - but how ? The If's are unrelated except that the conditions are all in the header.
Thanks.
brianroddaAsked:
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jackmcbarnCommented:
Can you show me the VB script?  If it's pretty big, post it on EE-Stuff.  Otherwise, post it here.
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brianroddaAuthor Commented:
Hi,
Unfortunatley I cant show it exactly for another 10 hours, but its along the lines of:

[Level3PartNumber Header].Visible = true
[Level4PartNumber Header].Visible = true
[Level5PartNumber Header].Visible = true
If LEN (Level3PartNumber) = 0 THEN
[Level2PartNumber Header].Visible = false
ELSE
[Level2PartNumber Header].Visible = true
END IF

and I wish to add something like:

If VAL (PartLocation) = "STORES" THEN
[Level2PartNumber Header].Visible = false
ELSE
[Level2PartNumber Header].Visible = true
END IF

Does that help ?
Thanks.
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acekrackerCommented:
You should be able to use:

If (LEN(Level3PartNumber) = 0) OR (Val(PartLocation) = "STORES" Then
  [Level2PartNumber Header].Visible = false
Else
  [Level2PartNumber Header].Visible = true
End If
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brianroddaAuthor Commented:
I'll try it tomorrow and let you know.
Thanks for the input.
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brianroddaAuthor Commented:
Hi,
Basically this works and answers my question.
Thanks for the solution.
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