insert statement in vba

Hi,
I was wondering if I can get some help with an insert statement I am running in vba.

I need to insert some records based on the current form

my code is something like this:
CurrentDb.Execute "insert into SER_FAXES_FILE ([ID],[STAFF-Resource NAME OT], [ADDRESS UNIQUE ID]) values (SELECT [ID],[STAFF-Resource NAME OT], [ADDRESS UNIQUE ID] from SER_FAXES_FILE_daily where SER_FAXES_FILE.ID = me.id))"

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can I do a insert with a select statement with currentdb.execute? its erroriing out

thanks in advance
Vinnie
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Rey Obrero (Capricorn1)Commented:
if the ID field is Number

CurrentDb.Execute "insert into SER_FAXES_FILE ([ID],[STAFF-Resource NAME OT], [ADDRESS UNIQUE ID]) SELECT [ID],[STAFF-Resource NAME OT], [ADDRESS UNIQUE ID] from SER_FAXES_FILE_daily where SER_FAXES_FILE.ID =" & me.id

if the ID field is TEXT

CurrentDb.Execute "insert into SER_FAXES_FILE ([ID],[STAFF-Resource NAME OT], [ADDRESS UNIQUE ID]) SELECT [ID],[STAFF-Resource NAME OT], [ADDRESS UNIQUE ID] from SER_FAXES_FILE_daily where SER_FAXES_FILE.ID ='" & me.id & "'"
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slubekCommented:
Create stored procedure on server side and exec it with something like:
CurrentDb.Execute "exec sp_yourprocedurename " & [ID] & ", " & [STAFF-Resource NAME OT] (etc.)

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First of all - you can embed into SP any logic you want, second, you can exec that procedure from more application functions than one.
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