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How to look for double quote character in the InStr() function

David_W_R
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These don't work in Access 2007.

Marker = InStr(StartPoint, !PIPnotes, """)
Marker = InStr(StartPoint, !PIPnotes, "chr(34)")

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I'd like to think I would have thought of that eventually, but you saved me however long that would have taken.
I'm back in  business after a lunchtime nap.
Thanks again.
Mike TomlinsonHigh School Computer Science, Computer Applications, Digital Design, and Mathematics Teacher
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Naps make everything better!  =)
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