VB to connect to 2 seperate Databases

I'm using vb 6 and trying to connect to two separate access 2000 databases.  My question is this:  When I make the connection and try to copy data from one table (in DB1) to another table(in DB2) I get an error.
The command I use for this copy is
table1.fields("Field1") = table2.fields(Field1")

This does not work.  The way that I can make it work is

x = table2.fields("Field1)
table1.fields("Field1") = x

My question is: Does visual basic not allow access to two separate databases on the same line of code?

Thanks in advance
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jtjcompAuthor Commented:
Edited text of question.
Try adding .value to the table2.("Field1")...

table1.fields("Field1") = table2.fields("Field1").value

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Try this:
"bd1.table1.fields("Field1") = bd2.table2.fields("Field1").value
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