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09/04/07 06:06 AM
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For a simple calculation, you may need a field with one of the attributes.  If you have numbers, you can select all the 1's and calculate values to equal "Smith High School".  If you have a table with the names, import it into Access using the import wizard,  and add an identifier field.  Are numbers already assigned to a school?  If so, that may invlolve an if, then, else statement.  One last question, is the type of data you want to enter the same as the field type?   

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