If all the fields are used (have text in them) it will return the correct keystroke count, however, if one of the fields is not used it will return nothing.
How do I deal with blank fields and is it possible to accomplish the same things but without having to create a query with the extra TotalKS column in it? Could this be done all in VBA with an SQL Query?
Microsoft AccessVB ScriptProgramming
8/22/2022 - Mon
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