By Richard Rost 3 years ago
Combining Names of Couples with Nested IIFs
In this video, I will show you how to combine the names of couples if their last names are the same OR display them separately if different. We'll use Nested IIF functions.
William from Dallas, Texas (Paid TechHelp Question) asks: I'm working on a membership database where I would like to show a single name if there's only one person. If it's a couple, I'd like to combine them if their last names are the same. For example, I could have: John Smith OR John and Amy Smith OR John Smith & Amy Jones. How can I do this in Access?
Members will see how to write a custom VBA function to perform the same task, which I prefer.
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