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So I have a form that i want to add some code to update a field in the corresponding record in tblClaims.

The field is StatusID and the the key is InvoiceID.

so update staus Id "5" where InvoiceID = me.invoiceId


Can someone show me the correct syntax to use?
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dim strsql
strsql = "Update tblclaims set statusid = 5 where invoiceID = " & me.invoiceid
currentdb.execute strsql, dbfailonerror

This assumes invoiceid is a number.
If it is text change that line to...

strsql = "Update tblclaims set statusid = 5 where invoiceID = '" & me.invoiceid & "'"
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