troubleshooting Question

Microsoft Access 2010 Database

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I am finally moving some of my last databases that are huge from Access 97 to Access 2010. Which have worked wonderful all of these years, but it is time to move forward. I have a form that has 6 fields that use the dlookup function in Access 97.

One of the fields looks like this:

=IIf(DateDiff("d",[DateIssued],Now())>14,DLookUp("[Fine3]","qryViolationCodes","[ViolDesc]=[Forms]![frmTicketsTest2]![cViolationDesc]"),0)

I am not understanding on how to write it to work in Access 2010. Can someone tell me how to write this in Access 2010

I might add that I am getting an invalid control error.
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