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Nested IF Statements with Date Format Issues

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  1. kjsmith7

    kjsmith7 Thread Starter

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    I am having issues of completing this Nested IF statement: My current statement takes care of the issue/or concern if the column is null, however if it's not null and has the incorrect date format. How do I do a date format within the column/or replace?

    Following is what I currently have:

    Const_Date: IIf(IsNull([Construction Date]),IIf(IsNull([EOL Evaluation sheet.Install date (DD-MM-YY)]),[Building Built.Install date (DD-MM-YY)],[EOL Evaluation sheet.Install date (DD-MM-YY)]),[Construction Date])

    And Following is a snapshot of the columns within the statment:

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  2. Keebellah

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    Hi welcome to the forum,
    It's good use to also mention the name and version of the program you're using.
    It's probably Access but ...
    And "Following is a snapshot ..." well, still looking for it it's not there
     
  3. kjsmith7

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    Hello,

    Thanks for the suggestion. The program I am using is Microsoft Access 2010



     
  4. Keebellah

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    The Date format in a column in Access, as far as I know is the properties your assign to it.
    Check the properties and assigna the date format you need, Long, Short, and custom

    Like I said, I'm not that much of an Access guy but ... this is where I've looked when using dates.
     
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