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combo box, value list: "Yes", "No", remove "No" in query

Posted on 2013-05-17
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I have a combo box with a value list ="Yes";"No", text property

i need to remove the records with "No" in the query
I put <>"No" in the criteria of the query but it removes the nulls as well.
I have tested many ways but I guess I am not doing something right.

How can I display only the "yes" records and the nulls?  

thank you

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Try this:

"Yes" OR IS NULL
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dang...forgot about that one.  thank you
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