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I am having trobles with this Iff statement

Amt Recieved: Sum([tblCurrent]![Fee]+IIf([tblCurrent]![Date Paid] Is Not Null,[tblCurrent]![Date Paid],0))

I am trying to find the sum of the fees where there is a Date in the Date Paid field. It runs but comes up with wrong numbers.
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Try this...

Sum(IIf([tblCurrent]![Date Paid] Is Not Null,[tblCurrent]![Fee], 0))
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 How about:

Sum([  Nz(tblCurrent]![Fee]) + Nz([tblCurrent]![Date Paid]) )

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by:mbizup
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>sum of the fees where there is a Date in the Date Paid field
The problem with the code you posted seems to be that you are:
 - Testing for a null date
 - Summing Date and Fees
I beleive this is why the numbers look wrong.

What you should be doing is:
- Testing for null dates
- Summing fees where dates are not null

This should do it:
Sum(IIf([tblCurrent]![Date Paid] Is Not Null,[tblCurrent]![Fee], 0))

or alternatively:
Sum(IIf(IsDate([tblCurrent]![Date Paid]) = TRUE ,[tblCurrent]![Fee], 0))
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by:Rusty Warning
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Thank You it worked. I see where I went wrong.
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Glad to help out :-)
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