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Proper Dcount Syntax

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I have the following rowsource in a list box pulling data to display... which is working:

SELECT Count(*) FROM Tpatient WHERE (((Tpatient.RecallNumber)=0) And ((Date()-TPatient!LastApmnt)>(TPatient!RecallFreq*30)) And ((TPatient!RecallActive)=-1)) Or (((Date()-TPatient!RecallNotice)>30) And ((Tpatient.RecallFreq)<12) And ((Tpatient.RecallNumber)<4) And ((Date()-TPatient!LastApmnt)>360) And ((TPatient!RecallActive)=-1)) Or (((Date()-TPatient!RecallNotice)>30) And ((Tpatient.RecallFreq)>=12) And ((Tpatient.RecallNumber)=1) And ((TPatient!RecallActive)=-1));

SELECT Count(*) FROM TPatient WHERE (((TPatient.FirstVLetter)=0) AND ((TPatient.RecallActive)=-1) AND ((TPatient.Zip) Is Not Null));

I would like to change each of these to for use in VBA with a DCount to obtain their value.  I am not able to get the syntax correct.

Is this possible and if so what should the proper syntax be for DCount?
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