Open form syntax issue

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DoCmd.OpenForm "frmSurveys",acNormal,,"[BuyersAgent]=" & Me.txtAgentID AND [SurveyDate]  Between Forms!frmSearchForIndividualAgentSurvey.txtStartDate and Forms!frmSearchForIndividualAgentSurvey.txtStartDate, acFormReadOnly,acWindowNormal
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Gustav BrockCIOCommented:
You have a typo:

"[BuyersAgent]=" & Me.txtAgentID & " AND [SurveyDate]  ... etc.

SteveL13Author Commented:
Am getting a syntax error using:

DoCmd.OpenForm "frmSurveys", acNormal, , "[BuyersAgent]=" & Me.txtAgentID & " AND [SurveyDate] Between Forms!frmSearchForIndividualAgentSurvey.txtStartDate and Forms!frmSearchForIndividualAgentSurvey.txtStartDate, acFormReadOnly,acWindowNormal"
Gustav BrockCIOCommented:
You must have full strings - and don't touch the constants:

DoCmd.OpenForm "frmSurveys", acNormal, , "[BuyersAgent]=" & Me.txtAgentID & " AND [SurveyDate] Between Forms!frmSearchForIndividualAgentSurvey.txtStartDate and Forms!frmSearchForIndividualAgentSurvey.txtStartDate", acFormReadOnly, acWindowNormal

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Rey Obrero (Capricorn1)Commented:
try this

DoCmd.OpenForm "frmSurveys", acNormal, , "[BuyersAgent]=" & Me.txtAgentID & " AND [SurveyDate] >= #" & Forms!frmSearchForIndividualAgentSurvey.txtStartDate & "# and [SurveyDate] <= #" & Forms!frmSearchForIndividualAgentSurvey.txtStartDate & "#", acFormReadOnly, acWindowNormal
Rey Obrero (Capricorn1)Commented:
you have two "txtStartDate"  change the last one with txtEndDate

DoCmd.OpenForm "frmSurveys", acNormal, , "[BuyersAgent]=" & Me.txtAgentID & " AND [SurveyDate] >= #" & Forms!frmSearchForIndividualAgentSurvey.txtStartDate & "# and [SurveyDate] <= #" & Forms!frmSearchForIndividualAgentSurvey.txtEndDate & "#", acFormReadOnly, acWindowNormal

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SteveL13Author Commented:
That did it.  Thanks.
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