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I have an
Complete Hour Status: IIf([CompleteProcessHr]<13,"Completed By 1 pm",IIf([CompleteProcessHr]<14,"Completed By 2 pm",IIf([CompleteProcessHr]<15,"Completed By 3 pm",IIf([CompleteProcessTime]<#4:31:00 PM#,"Completed By 4 pm","Completed AFTER 4  pm"))))
 ACCESS 2003 query where I need a stmt to  group by the hour except for one of the IIF which groups by hour and minute.   See my stmt below.  it results in #ERROR.  

Help.  I know the issue is with IIf([CompleteProcessTime]<#4:31:00 PM#,"Completed By 4 pm" as if I remove this portion of the stmt the query works.

HELP  Thank You
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I have an
 ACCESS 2003 query where I need a stmt to  group by the hour except for one of the IIF which groups by hour and minute.   See my stmt below.  it results in #ERROR.  

Complete Hour Status: IIf([CompleteProcessHr]<13,"Completed By 1 pm",IIf([CompleteProcessHr]<14,"Completed By 2 pm",IIf([CompleteProcessHr]<15,"Completed By 3 pm",IIf([CompleteProcessTime]<#4:31:00 PM#,"Completed By 4 pm","Completed AFTER 4  pm"))))


Help.  I know the issue is with IIf([CompleteProcessTime]<#4:31:00 PM#,"Completed By 4 pm" as if I remove this portion of the stmt the query works.

HELP  Thank You
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