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Appendchunk/DAO

Posted on 1997-12-10
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VBA
DAO 3,5 Referenced
getting error message over here,"Appenchunck"- not definied
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Set rs = dbmusic.OpenRecordset("Interw", dbOpenDynaset)
With rs
.AddNew
!ID = a
!Memo = AppendChunk(txtInterview.Text)
.Update
.Close
End With
---
Any help appreciated
Matt
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It's your syntax.  Appendchunk is a method of a field, so syntax is: !Memo.Appendchunk txtInterview.Text.  The way you have it expressed, VB thinks it's a function
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