Chrystal report expression

The following expression does not return any data after the giftnote. I been making subtle changes and trying different things, but can't get it to work. I have set default values for nulls. I have tried with and without else.

"Gift designation: " + {FUND.FUND_TITLE}+ " (Fund number: " + {GIFT.FUND_ACCT} + ")"
+ chrw(13) + chrw(10)
+ if {@GiftNote} > "" then "Gift Note: " + {@GiftNote} + chrw(13) + chrw(10) else ""
& if sum({GIFT.PREM_VAL})>0 then "Premium Value: $" + cstr(sum({GIFT.PREM_VAL})) & chrw(13) & chrw(10) else ""
& if {WILL.CSV}>0 then "Charitable Deduction: $" & cstr({WILL.CSV} )else ""
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Personally I always found it a bit easier to use IIF.   It doesn't change the logic, but I always found it easier to read (and I never lost a parenthesis.

Also, I see that you switch between + and &.  You will want to stay consistent

+ IIF( {@GiftNote} > " ", "Gift Note: " + {@GiftNote} + chrw(13) + chrw(10) , " ")
+ IIF( sum({GIFT.PREM_VAL})>0,  "Premium Value: $" + cstr(sum({GIFT.PREM_VAL})) + chrw(13) + chrw(10), " ")
+ IIF( {WILL.CSV}>0, "Charitable Deduction: $" & cstr({WILL.CSV} ) , " ")
The problem is everything after the ELSE is considered part of the ELSE.  You need to use ( ) to control the parsing

"Gift designation: " + {FUND.FUND_TITLE}+ " (Fund number: " + {GIFT.FUND_ACCT} + ")" 
 + chrw(13) + chrw(10) 
	if {@GiftNote} > "" then 
		"Gift Note: " + {@GiftNote} + chrw(13) + chrw(10) 
	if sum({GIFT.PREM_VAL})>0 then 
		"Premium Value: $" + cstr(sum({GIFT.PREM_VAL})) & chrw(13) & chrw(10) 
	if {WILL.CSV}>0 then 
		"Charitable Deduction: $" & cstr({WILL.CSV} )

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KSUFAuthor Commented:
Thank you! I've been fighting this for simple...wish I'd have thought of it.
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