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#24645 - 08/20/09 03:30 PM putting Variable Data within an "IF" statement
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Registered: 04/10/08
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How can I put Variable Data within an "IF" statement?
F([Backc3] = "CDDA", "Bring this postcard to [Brmanag] at the [Brname] Branch, and she

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#24646 - 08/20/09 04:04 PM Re: putting Variable Data within an "IF" statement
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A web support call has been opened for this issue (#78463) I am currently looking into it and I will contact you later in the afternoon or tommorow morning.

Thank you : )

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#24647 - 08/21/09 08:55 AM Re: putting Variable Data within an "IF" statement
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Good morning Matt,

I figured out my 1 problem and here is the answer but I still need to know about the superscripting within an "IF" statement.

IF([Backc3] = "CDDA", IF([Brname] = "Absecon", "Bring this postcard to Debbie at the Absecon Branch, and she

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#24648 - 08/21/09 09:15 AM Re: putting Variable Data within an "IF" statement
Raphael Lalonde Lefebvre Offline
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Registered: 10/14/05
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A Plus Letter,

This expression is very big, and difficult to work with. To me, it seems like concatenating variable data fields would have been a much easier way. Taking the expression in your first post, here's what you could do:

Code:
IF([Backc3] = "CDDA", "Bring this postcard to " & [Brmanag] & " at the " & [Brname] & " Branch, and she

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