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troubleshooting Question

DCount function in a Macro Condition for MS-Access

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KP_SoCalFlag for United States of America asked on
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The expression below fires an action when "There are more than 35 entries in the OrderID field of the Orders table."

DCount("[OrderID]", "Orders")>35

I'm looking for a condition that would fire when "There are more than 35 entries in OrderID field that are NUll for the Orders table."

Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated! Thanks!
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