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run time error 3061 vba - msaccess

When I am running this query getting error message run time error 3061, too few parameters,

sqlu = "UPDATE Employee_Room_Status Set L_Name = " & Me.List2Edit.Column(0, i) & ", F_Name = " & Me.List2Edit.Column(1, i) & ", M_Name = " & Me.List2Edit.Column(2, i) & "   WHERE Person_Number = " & Me.List2Edit.Column(3, i) & " "

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sqlu = UPDATE Employee_Room_Status Set L_Name = Mathew, F_Name = George, M_Name = T   WHERE Person_Number = 2323

Please help
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gtmathewDallas
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DatabaseMX (Joe Anderson - Microsoft MVP, Access and Data Platform)Commented:
You cannot refer to the Column Property of a Combo or List box in a query. But, you can put those values in hidden text boxes and refer to them.

mx
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Dan CraciunIT ConsultantCommented:
Try quoting the values:
sqlu = "UPDATE Employee_Room_Status Set L_Name = '" & Me.List2Edit.Column(0, i) & "', F_Name = '" & Me.List2Edit.Column(1, i) & "', M_Name = '" & Me.List2Edit.Column(2, i) & "'   WHERE Person_Number = '" & Me.List2Edit.Column(3, i) & "'"

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HTH,
Dan
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Rey Obrero (Capricorn1)Commented:
try this


sqlu = "UPDATE Employee_Room_Status Set L_Name = '" & Me.List2Edit.Column(0, i) & "', F_Name = '" & Me.List2Edit.Column(1, i) & "', M_Name = '" & Me.List2Edit.Column(2, i) & "'   WHERE Person_Number = " & Me.List2Edit.Column(3, i)


or


sqlu = "UPDATE Employee_Room_Status Set L_Name = " & Chr(34) & Me.List2Edit.Column(0, i)  & Chr(34) &  ", F_Name = " & Chr(34) &  Me.List2Edit.Column(1, i) & Chr(34) &  ", M_Name = " & Chr(34) &  Me.List2Edit.Column(2, i) & Chr(34) & "   WHERE Person_Number = " & Me.List2Edit.Column(3, i)
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gtmathewDallasAuthor Commented:
Thank you so much Rey.. It works.. Thank you Dan and Joe for your valuable time..
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