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Date Field Conditional Formatting - revisited

Posted on 2012-03-13
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http://www.experts-exchange.com/Microsoft/Development/MS_Access/Q_27627895.html

DateDetermination: IIf(IsNull([MedicalCertExpireDate]),"None",[MedicalCertExpireDate])

Works fine (showing all records with dates and displaying 'None' if no date).
I actually need to show Records with date <Now() and those with no date as 'None'.  I added this to criteria which filtered ok but then I lost those records in which had no date 'None'.

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Try this for your date field's criteria:

< Now() OR IS NULL
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DateDetermination: IIf(IsNull([MedicalCertExpireDate]) Or [MedicalCertExpireDate]<Now(),"None",[MedicalCertExpireDate])
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