How do I pull a field from a table to a query?

I am having trouble with the query named “Casual_FactorsQry_2”.
I need to pull the “INCIDENT TITLE:” field from the “1-Incident-tbl” table and add it to the “Casual_FactorsQry_2” query.
When I try I get errors or the query does not work.
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ste5anSenior DeveloperCommented:
Adding a binary without format description is a little bit problematic. But from your describtion:

This is the reason why we should not use special characters in object names. Use the square brackets to enclose those speical names. E.g.
INSERT  Casual_FactorsQry_2
        ( columnName
        )
        SELECT  [ININCIDENT TITLE]
        FROM    [1-Incident-tbl];
 

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cssc1Author Commented:
Sorry, but I have a few questions since I am not very knowlwedgable with MS Access:

1. What does "columnName" name mean? I don't think I have any colums?

2. Where di I put this code so it works?

Thanks
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ste5anSenior DeveloperCommented:
In this case: Go back to the start..

What does not work? Neither your explanation nor the appended binary explain what you are trying to do or what is going exactly wrong.
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cssc1Author Commented:
Sorry, but I attached an image of what I am trying to accomplish.
I hope this helps.
I don't explain things well.
Query.jpg
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cssc1Author Commented:
does this code go in query?

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INSERT  Casual_FactorsQry_2
        ( columnName
        )
        SELECT  [ININCIDENT TITLE]
        FROM    [1-Incident-tbl];
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cssc1Author Commented:
thanks
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