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Access basic If's statement?

Hello EE!

I currently have this expression:

ConsolidatedCatagory: IIf([Category]<>"";[Category];[BackupCategory])

However, I need to add a third category. So the expression goes:
If Category not empty, use Category else
If OtherCategory not empty, use OtherCategory
Else use BackupCategory

Is that possible to do in an expression like the above?
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