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In Lesson 1, we are going to learn how to find the maximum value from multiple fields in the same record. For example, let's say you have 3 quiz grades, and you want to find the maximum grade. To do this we're going to use nested IIF functions, which we know how to do. We've done this in the Expert series but this is building up to something cool we're going to do in the next lesson with VBA.

In Lesson 2 we're going to take the example from Lesson 1 in which we found the greatest of three specific values and we're now going to turn it into a function so we can send any number of values to the function - could be 5, could be 50 - using something called a parameter array.

In Lesson 3 we are continuing with parameter arrays. We're going to learn more parameter array rules. We're going to learn how to loop through the items in the area with a For Each loop (instead of a For Next loop). We're going to see how we can pass different things to the array like objects. You can pass a list of fields to the function. We'll learn how to check for an empty array and the nothing value.

In Lesson 4, we will learn more stuff. This is just a placeholder. Real stuff coming soon...

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