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Multi Select List delete records from table

Hello,

I have a multi select list box that I'm appending records to 1 table but I want to delete records from another table.  I'm not getting any errors in the code below.  It Appends records to my table tblOOSInventory but it's not deleting the records in my tblItemsIssued.  I'm not sure if there is an issue in my delete statement or not.  

Any help would greatly be appreciated.

Thanks,
Lisa


Dim strItems As String
    Dim intItem, sql, SQL2

    With Me.List2
    For intItem = 0 To .ListCount - 1
        If .Selected(intItem) Then
            strItems = strItems & .Column(0, intItem) & "," & _
                                  .Column(1, intItem) & "," & _
                                Chr(39) & .Column(2, intItem) & Chr(39) & "," & _
                                Chr(39) & .Column(3, intItem) & Chr(39) & "," & _
                                Chr(39) & .Column(4, intItem) & Chr(39) & "," & _
                                Chr(39) & .Column(5, intItem) & Chr(39)

        sql = "Insert into tblOOSInventory(InvIssID, EmpID, IssBC, InvType, Size, ILOC) values (" & strItems & ")"
        Currentdb.Execute sql
        strItems = ""
        SQL2 = "Delete * FROM tblItemsIssued Where InvIssID= "
        SQL2 = SQL2 & List2.Selected(intItem) & ";"
               Currentdb.Execute SQL2
               End If
    Next
    End With
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Rey Obrero (Capricorn1)Commented:

        SQL2 = "Delete * FROM tblItemsIssued Where InvIssID= " & .itemdata(intItem)
     
               Currentdb.Execute SQL2
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AnneYourPointIsAuthor Commented:
Thank you
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