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SSRS Switch to evaluate

I'm trying to use Switch to color code cells on a report.  I'm trying to evaluate a string and color code a "days outstanding" cell if the number of days exceeds a threshold.  Currently I get the following error:

[rsRuntimeErrorInExpression] The BackgroundColor expression for the text box ‘Textbox49’ contains an error: Argument 'VarExpr' is not a valid value.

I'm using the Switch expression since I'll have about 10 different values to compare.



=Switch(Fields!String1.Value = "Bank of America" and DateDiff("d", today(), Fields!Date1.Value)*-1 >14, "Red", "Transparent")

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ValentinoVBI ConsultantCommented:
The Switch statement needs an even number of arguments.  See also: http://www.experts-exchange.com/A_2279.html

See snippet for a possible correction to your statement.
=Switch(Fields!String1.Value = "Bank of America" and DateDiff("d", today(), Fields!Date1.Value)*-1 >14, "Red", True, "Transparent")

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mlehnenAuthor Commented:
That worked perfectly by adding the additional argument.  Thank you!
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