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I am getting a syntax error with the line of code below. the field ClientCode is a text field eg CTR101.

Any ideas where I am going wrong?

newName = DMax("[GroupName]", "tblTranslationContractGroup", "[ClientCode] = '" & [Forms]![frmtrad_commandes2].ClientCode) & "'"
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newName = DMax("[GroupName]", "tblTranslationContractGroup", "[ClientCode] = '" & [Forms]![frmtrad_commandes2].ClientCode & "'")
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wow. my bad. thanks
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