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Use the Switch() function

Use the Switch() function: Access 2016: Queries
Use the Switch() function: Access 2016: Queries

In this movie, Adam demonstrates the use of another Program Flow function called Switch(). The Switch() function uses paired expression-return arguments in a chain. When evaluating the function, Access checks if the first expression is true, and if it is, returns the corresponding value. If not, the system continues down the chain to the next expression-return pair.

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Skill Level Intermediate
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