I am new to MS Access and I am trying to figure out how to use an IF/Then statement in a query. I have a field titled Doc Status which default is blank. When I run the update query I want it to look to see if anything is in the field if the field is blank I want it to enter 'Not Started' but if there is an existing value I want it to do nothing.
I have tried multiple ways of trying to write this statement but nothing works. I'm not even sure if I am putting the formula in the correct location either. Any ideas?
the aim is store once, not store multiple times
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