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What is wrong with:

Me.txtPaintLT = DLookup("[Leadtime]", "tblOutProcessLeadtimes", [Desc] = "Paint")

Am using it in an afterupdate event of a combobox on a form. I get runtime error 2465.
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Me.txtPaintLT = DLookup("[Leadtime]", "tblOutProcessLeadtimes", "[Desc] = 'Paint'")
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