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Spot Syntax error with DoCmd.OpenForm

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Please spot the syntax error in this line, which causes the error message below.

DoCmd.OpenForm "frmtblTransactions", acNormal, , "DelNote = " & Del_N_ID, , acNormal

Syntax error (missing operator) in query expression 'DelNote = '.

DelNote is a field in the source of frmtblTransactions and Del_N_ID is a field in the source of the present record of the form from which the frmtblTransactions is opened.
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Rgonzo1971 earned 500 total points
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Hi,

Is  Del_N_ID empty ?

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by:Fritz Paul
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Yes! It was empty.
Clever you!
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