line continue vba code

as u can see in the attached gif file, i`d like to use line continues (space _) in that code but it tells complie error.
second if there is another way to do what i indent to do in attached code i`ll be glad .
i have userform1 which i fill in textbox and checkboxes.
i need to insert each command&textboxes in that form to mdb file .
how to?
drtopservAsked:
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drtopservAuthor Commented:
here is the screenshot
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käµfm³d 👽Commented:
Line continuation in VBA/VB is accomplished with the underscore ( _ ) character. However, because you are trying to continue strings, you will need to combine the underscore with the ampersand ( & ).
ComStr = "Insert into IrisBlond1" & _
           "(CustomerName, CustomerID, AdviceDate, Form1, Form1ProductType1, Form1FundName1, Form2, ..."

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käµfm³d 👽Commented:
Ampersand is the string concatenation operator in VBA/VB.
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drtopservAuthor Commented:
grt
second if there is another way to do what i indent to do in attached code i`ll be glad .
i have userform1 which i fill in textbox and checkboxes.
i need to insert each command&textboxes in that form to mdb file .
how to?
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therealmongooseCommented:
Think this should be something like:
ComStr = "Insert into IrisBlond1 (CustomerName, CustomerID, AdviceDate) values (" & worksheets("datafix").cells(1,1) & ", " & worksheets("datafix").cells(1,2) & ", " & worksheets("datafix").cells(1,3) & ")"
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