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Passing a string list parameter to IN statement

Hi.

In VBA, I am attempting to pass a parameter as a list of strings to query IN statement.

Say that qry12 = SELECT Vendor, Sum(Cost)  FROM tblMain WHERE tblMain.Vendor IN ([Enter Vendor])

And my code uses a querydef like this:

Set objQD =  objDB.QueryDefs("qry12")
objQD.Parameters("[Enter Vendor]") =   strTopVendors
Set  objRS = objQD.OpenRecordset()

I have attempted to pass strTopVendors parameter in all of the following quoted and unquoted forms:
= Vendor1, Vendor2, Vendor3
= "Vendor1, Vendor2, Vendor3"
= 'Vendor1, Vendor2, Vendor3'
= "Vendor1", "Vendor2", "Vendor3"
= 'Vendor1', 'Vendor2', 'Vendor3'

The query runs fine, except that it looks for a single Vendor named Vendor1,Vendor2,Vendor3 and obviously doesn't find it.  So my syntax is wrong.  Please help with the quotes and commas?  Or can you not pass a string list as a parameter in this way?

Many thanks in advance.



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8/22/2022 - Mon
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