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Using the Ctrl+F9 function in word

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hi, ive tried to use the Ctrl+F9 function in word re mailmerge fields. ive included my doc below. ive tried to adapt the IF function so that it ignors zeros. you will se that i get -0 instead of a blank cell. id like the formula looking at, correcting, then explained to me so that i can understand why the formula doesnt return a blank because it should.
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Try to change it to:
{ If "{ MergeField "FFTDEnglish" }" = "0" "" "{ MERGEFIELD "FFTDEnglish" }" }

Simply add more quotes:
{ If "value" operator "value" "truepart" "falsepart" }
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thanx pete
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