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i am trying to create a table in access through vb... i have the following and i get a runtime error stating that my syntax is incorrect.  Anyone know what wrong?


strTableName = "VDealerH-" & Format(Now, "yyyymmdd")
strSql = "Create Table " & "" & strTableName & " " & "(DLR_NUM int, DLR_NAME Text, DLR_ADDR int)"

conn.Execute (strSql)


code looks like this :
Create Table VDealerH-20050310 (DLR_NUM int, DLR_NAME Text, DLR_ADDR int)
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try use branket instead, like:

strTableName = " [VDealerH-" & Format(Now, "yyyymmdd") & "] "
strSql = "Create Table " & strTableName & " " & "(DLR_NUM int, DLR_NAME Text, DLR_ADDR int)"

conn.Execute (strSql)

see if this works?
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by:JoannieJefferson
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You are wonderful. Thanks!
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