Switch error

Experts, I have a wrong number of arguments in this SWitch statement:

PastDueOrPendingSWITCH: Switch([Due Date Per Docs]<Date() & Isnull([Completed]),"Past Due", IsNull([Completed] and [Due Date Per Docs]<Date(),"Pending", IsNotNull([Completed]),"Completed",1=1,"Other")

Not sure if "IsNotNull" is the issue.  I also tried Nz([Completed]),"")="".  I imagine it is a comma or a parenth but I dont see it.

thank you
pdvsaProject financeAsked:
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Dale FyeCommented:
I like to break these up into pairs on separate rows, then delete the carriage returns.  It looks like you have the correct # of argumens, but need to use the AND in the first comparison, not the &

PastDueOrPendingSWITCH: Switch(
[Due Date Per Docs]<Date() AND Isnull([Completed]),"Past Due",
IsNull([Completed] AND [Due Date Per Docs]<Date(),"Pending", IsNotNull([Completed]),"Completed",
1=1,"Other")
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Gustav BrockCIOCommented:
Try with:

PastDueOrPendingSWITCH: Switch([Due Date Per Docs]<Date() And [Completed] Is Null,"Past Due", [Due Date Per Docs]>=Date() And [Completed] Is Null,"Pending", [Completed] Is Not Null,"Completed", True,"Other")

Note that the two first tests were identical. That is probably not what you are after.

/gustav
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pdvsaProject financeAuthor Commented:
Thank you Gustav.   Thanks for pointing out that the first 2 tests were identical.  

Fyed:  seems there was a wrong number of arguments
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Gustav BrockCIOCommented:
You are welcome!

/gustav
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Dale FyeCommented:
I was missing a ), but also didn't pick up on the fact that the first two were identical until after Gustav mentioned that.
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