MS Access 2002 Delete spaces from inside string

Need to delete spaces from inside a string within a field
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You could use an update query.  Make a backup before testing any action query.

UPDATE YourTable SET YourField = Replace(YourField, " ", "")

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Your best best is to use the function Trim([YourField]).  
Rey Obrero (Capricorn1)Commented:
the trim  function only removes the *leading and trailing* spaces in a string.
the replace function that miriam suggested will remove *all* spaces in a string
Except that pesky, chr(255) that looks like a space ;-)  Hi Mirium, Rey.
deer777Author Commented:
Thanks guys!!
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