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How to count null or 0 values in an Access Report?

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How to total null or 0 values in an Access Report?  The Sumation button allows for count of records or values.  It counts " " and 0  I need to count the " " and or 0 valuese  
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what is the expression you are currently using?  What field are you summing?

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I want to count non events.  It is currently  =Count([event_date])  I want to say if no value or the original load date of say "1/1/1990"  to show a count of non transactions.  
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