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DLookup Multiple Criteria
By Richard Rost   Richard Rost on LinkedIn Email Richard Rost   47 days ago

DLookup with Multiple Criteria in Access


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In this Microsoft Access tutorial, we will learn how to use the DLookup function with multiple criteria to calculate discounts based on quantity and pricing tier. This video series will cover setting up tables, formulating complex DLookup statements, and addressing common issues with string concatenations and formatting issues.

Elliot from Evanston, Illinois (a Platinum Member) asks: When my customers place an order, we have a chart where they look up the total quantity of items purchased, and then based on the customer's pricing tier, which is either A, B, or C, we assign them a discount. Here's what the discount matrix looks like. I can't figure out how to calculate the discount. I know it involves a dlookup of some kind, but can you help me out?

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