Warning if name already exists in database

I'm trying to alert a user if a name already exists in the database.  Something is wrong with this code.  Can someone tell me what it is?  The syntax is wrong in the first line.

    If DCount("*", "Member Table", "MemberFullName = '" & Me.txtMemberFullName & "') > 0 then
        MsgBox "There is already a member in the database with this name.", vbOKOnly
    End If
SteveL13Asked:
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Rey Obrero (Capricorn1)Commented:
you are missing a " at the end before the closing parentheses

 If DCount("*", "Member Table", "MemberFullName = '" & Me.txtMemberFullName & "'") > 0 then

and perhaps better enclose the table in brackets if you still receive an error

 If DCount("*", "[Member Table]", "MemberFullName = '" & Me.txtMemberFullName & "'") > 0 then
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SteveL13Author Commented:
I provided the wrong info.  I actually have to check for a duplicate record using first and last name.  Here is my before update code but the warning is not appearing:  (now what am I doing wrong?)

    If DCount("*", "Member Table", "MemberFirstName = '" & Me.txtMemberFirstName & "' AND MemberLastName = '" & Me.txtMemberLastName & "'") > 0 Then
        MsgBox "There is already a member in the database with this name.", vbOKOnly
    End If
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SteveL13Author Commented:
Never mind. It IS working.  Thanks.  I do have another question closely related but I'll post another topic.
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