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#func error ?

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Hello All,

As per this previous question:
http://www.experts-exchange.com/Database/MS_Access/Q_28527910.html

I am getting #func error in the middle column - what to i do to remove that like if error etc?

Please assist....
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Your data may not contain space in some rows, ie it has 28lbs.
These extended expressions will correct this:
size: Iif(InStr(1,[YourFieldName]," ")-1 > 1, Left([YourFieldName],InStr(1,[YourFieldName]," ")-1), [YourFieldName])
size denomination: Iif(InStr(1,[YourFieldName]," ") > 1,Right(Trim([YourFieldName]),Len(Trim([YourFieldName]))-InStr(1, _
 [YourFieldName]," ")), "")

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thank you Chaau
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