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  1. Currently, I have this DLookup statement on an ASP page, and it returns an appropriate value:<% =DLookUp("[Offer$P]","[Offer]","[MLSno]=" & rs("FreisNo"))%>Now, I've decided that I only want to show this value of Offer$P when "STATUS" = S.If "STATUS" equals anything else other than S, I want the result to read "Agency Applies".Here's part of the statement that "pulls" status into evaluation: sSQL = "SELECT DISTINCTROW PType, Twp, City, Status, [Now List], " & _"FROM [FREIS02] "I want the IF statement to evaluate if Status=S and if it is, return the value of Offer$PIf Status <&
  2. Currently, I have this DLookup statement on an ASP page, and it returns an appropriate value:<% =DLookUp("[Offer$P]","[Offer]","[MLSno]=" & rs("FreisNo"))%>Now, I've decided that I only want to show this value of Offer$P when "STATUS" = S.If "STATUS" equals anything else other than S, I want the result to read "Agency Applies".Here's part of the statement that "pulls" status into evaluation: sSQL = "SELECT DISTINCTROW PType, Twp, City, Status, [Now List], " & _"FROM [FREIS02] "I want the IF statement to evaluate if Status=S and if it is, return the value of Offer$PIf Status <&
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