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Which Refence to add to VBA MSAccess 2010 - SQLCommand

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I need to DIM a variable like
DIM CMD as New SQLCommand
the 'SQLCommand' option is not available in intilsense, I am guessing that is because the necessary refernce is missing. Have tried add a few and can get every SQLxxxx but the one I want ie SQLCommand.

All guidance really appreciated.
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That's a .Net thing. In VBA it's:

Dim dbs As DAO.Database
Dim strSQL As String

Set dbs = CurrentDb
strSQL = "your SQL string to execute"

dbs.Execute strSQL

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Thanks for quick reply, will save a fews hours!!
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You are welcome!

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