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Logical field in a report

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Just a quick question.

I'm using a Logical field in a table and a check box on the form. In the report I want the field to display "X" for .T. and nothing for .F.

Is there a simple way of doing this.

Thanks
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pcelba earned 500 total points
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1) You have to use expression in the report field:

IIF(YourLogicalField, "X", " ")

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2) You may just print "X" string (or any image or some Wingdings font character) and  place YourLogicalField  into "Print When" expression.
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Thanks pcelba :) that works nicely
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