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Open Access 2010 drill through with multiple criteria

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I am trying to build a drill through sales form.  
When I click on a cell, I want to open another form (frmSingleMonthSales) filtered by a month number (L1, L2M L3...) and customer number.

If I use the line below, the form opens with all sales from Mth L1
DoCmd.OpenForm FormName:="frmSingleMonthSales", WhereCondition:="Mth= 'L1'"

If I use the line below, the form opens with all orders for the proper customer
DoCmd.OpenForm FormName:="frmSingleMonthSales", WhereCondition:="ID_CUST_SOLDTO = '" & Me.txtIdCust & "'"

When I combine the lines as below, I get a Run-Time error 13 Type mismatch
DoCmd.OpenForm FormName:="frmSingleMonthSales", WhereCondition:="Mth= 'L1'" And "ID_CUST_SOLDTO = '" & Me.txtIdCust & "'"

If the each of the first two lines work, why won't the combined line work.

Any help will be appreciated
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WhereCondition:="Mth= 'L1' AND ID_CUST_SOLDTO = '" & Me.txtIdCust & "'"
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In addition to Ron's correction, if your Customer ID is  numeric, drop the single quotes that are delimiting txtIdCust  as text:

 WhereCondition:="Mth= 'L1' And ID_CUST_SOLDTO = " & Me.txtIdCust 

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Thank you for the assist.
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