Visual Basic Append table from Subform

Posted on 2009-06-28
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Last Modified: 2013-11-27
Hello everyone, I am trying to copy and append 3 fields as a new record in the same table from a subform of a subform based on the record the user is on.  

Private Sub plow_Click()
    Dim SQL As String
    SQL = "INSERT INTO [c resources] ( taskid, resacc, resunit )"
    SQL = SQL & "SELECT [c resources].taskid, [c resources].resacc, [c resources].resunit FROM [c resources]"
    SQL = SQL & "WHERE [c resources].resourceid = [forms]![a schedule Query Form Resources and Measures]![sfTasks]![sfResources]![resourceid];"
End Sub

Any ideas?
Question by:wellesleydpw
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SQL = SQL & "WHERE [c resources].resourceid =" &  [forms]![a schedule Query Form Resources and Measures]![sfTasks].Form![sfResources].Form![resourceid]

Assumes that all your names are correct and that recourceid is a number.

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