troubleshooting Question

include comma in name in results of VBA statement query

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I have inherited a query that is created in VBA.  It is a simply select statement, "SELECT RSM FROM tblRSM".  Problem is that the names have a comma, for example, Smith, Sandra.  When the code runs the query, it recognizes the value in field(0), BUT it then assumes the value after the comma is field(1).  How do I get it to recognize the entire name value rather than it automatically assuming the value after the comma is another field?

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