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Hi Experts,
I have a query question.  I have a table for Team,  the table only has one field and it's text field.  it stores "00", "PD", "IS", "SU" these four teams.  I would like to create a query for the drop down, but I need combine "00" and "PD" as one name call "DC", so the drop down only shows "DC", "IS" ,"SU".  I tried to used DC: IIf([TEAM]="00" or [TEAM]="PD"),"DC")  IS: IIf([Team]="IS","IS")  SU: IIF([Team]="SU","SU")   but it did not give me the list, what I did wrong?

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Rey Obrero (Capricorn1) earned 500 total points
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try this query as the rowsource of your dropdown list

select iif([Team] In("00","PD"),"DC",[Team]) From  NameofTable

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select iif([Team]="00" Or [Team]="PD","DC",[Team]) From  NameofTable
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by:urjudo
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I tried in the query, it gave me this result

Expr1
DC
IS
DC
SU
shows DC twice instead once
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by:urjudo
ID: 41860768
got it, I group it.

Thanks & sorry
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by:urjudo
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Thanks!!!
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