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I want to add user entered data to a database.
db begin my database I am trying to insert values into the database that the user enters in Text1.Text and Text2.Text

db.Execute "INSERT INTO Options ([JobCode],[JobCodeDescription]) VALUES (Text1.Text,Text2.Text)"

The above doesn't work.  How can I get it to work for me.
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do as follow :

sSQL = "INSERT INTO Options ([JobCode],[JobCodeDescription]) "
sSQL = sSQL & "VALUES ('" & Text1.Text & "', '" & Text2.Text & "') " 

db.Execute
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