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    Me.txtListingsTakenGoal = Nz(DLookup("[ListingsCount]", "tblMemberGoals", "[TeamMember] = " &  Forms!frmSelectDateRangeAndMembers!txtMemberName & " And [GoalMonth] = " &  Forms!frmSelectDateRangeAndMembers!txtMonth And [GoalYear] = " &  Forms!frmSelectDateRangeAndMembers!txtYear)&", 0)
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    Me.txtListingsTakenGoal = Nz(DLookup("[ListingsCount]", "tblMemberGoals", "[TeamMember] = " &  Forms!frmSelectDateRangeAndMembers!txtMemberName & " And [GoalMonth] = " &  Forms!frmSelectDateRangeAndMembers!txtMonth & " And [GoalYear] = " &  Forms!frmSelectDateRangeAndMembers!txtYear), 0) 

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And like your other question, if TeamMember is text, use quotes as delimiters.  The above assumes a numeric ID:

    Me.txtListingsTakenGoal = Nz(DLookup("[ListingsCount]", "tblMemberGoals", "[TeamMember] = '" &  Forms!frmSelectDateRangeAndMembers!txtMemberName & "' And [GoalMonth] = " &  Forms!frmSelectDateRangeAndMembers!txtMonth & " And [GoalYear] = " &  Forms!frmSelectDateRangeAndMembers!txtYear), 0) 

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Is numeric.  But now I have to add yet another criteria.  Please watch for another topic question.
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