filtering subform using textbox

I have a main/subform in an Access 2007 db and am using
Forms![MainForm]![SubForm].Form.FilterOn = False
Forms![MainForm]![SubForm].Form.Filter = "[FieldtoFilter] = '" & Me.[txtFilterRecords].Text & "'"
Forms![MainForm]![SubForm].Form.FilterOn = True
to filter the subform via the textbox onChange event.  However, this only displays a record if there is an exact match, e.g. to display the record with "Hello World" in the FieldtoFilter I have to enter the whole "Hello World", I can't just put in "Hello" and have the filter display the matching record(s) (where matching would mean that the field either contains "Hello" (best solution) or begins with "Hello").  I prefer to do this via a filter rather than a new query.
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Forms![MainForm]![SubForm].Form.Filter = "(([lastname] LIKE '*" & Me.[txtFilterRecords].Text & "*'))"


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Forms![MainForm]![SubForm].Form.Filter = "(([lastname] LIKE '*" & Me.[txtFilterRecords] & "*'))"
luusacAuthor Commented:
yes, this did the trick, many thanks
luusacAuthor Commented:
many thanks
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