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Elisabeth Koivumaa      
3 years ago
I have searched here on the website but not found a good answer.

I watched the movie about the NZ feature. But I do not understand how to get it with dlook up. Want to get rid of the #error text in my continuous form.

=DSlUpp("Description";"Qry_Bestllnings_frga";"ProducctID=" & [producctid])


Richard Rost             
3 years ago
I'm assuming you MEANT to misspell "Producct"

Wrap your CRITERIA in the NZ function:

=DSlUpp("Description";"Qry_Bestllnings_frga";"ProducctID=" & NZ([producctid],0))

Also not sure what "DSlUpp" means. But I would do:

=DLOOKUP("Description","MyTableT","ID=" & NZ(ID,0))
Elisabeth Koivumaa      
3 years ago
I code in Swedish and this forum does not take Swedish letters. But it should be dlookup in English. But then I have to write with a semicolon instead of commas. Otherwise it will be the wrong message.
Richard Rost             
3 years ago
Yeah, I figured that with the semicolons. I wish they would have just standardized on ONE thing. I didn't know that DLookup got changed to DSlUpp on your end though.
Elisabeth Koivumaa      
3 years ago
The missing letter is an A with a dot above.

DSLAUPP
Richard Rost             
3 years ago
So the function name is actually spelled differently in the Swedish version of Access? That's got to make copying snippits of source code annoying.
Elisabeth Koivumaa      
3 years ago
access converts the code into Swedish. Even though I write dlookup access converts it into the Swedish word.

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