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Access 2007 SQL statement question

Posted on 2008-06-11
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i'm trying to write a simple query in access 2007 but it returns the attached error

what the heck am i doing wrong? i'm sure it is some syntax error

thanks
sqlerror.bmp
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by:RunToTheHills
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sorry

forgot to put the code in there

SELECT *
FROM Files
WHERE Files.Name = 'John Zawod';
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nevermind i figured this out on my own
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