VBA with ADO: How can you set the Provider property of a connection in Access 2013

I am trying to set the value of the connection string property.  My data is not in Access, it is in SQL Server, I'm just using Access to develop a front end.

I have been following a text book, but when I follow their example, it does not work.  I created a button, and an afterclick event handler for it.   See below, it is the assignment statement for sConn that doesn't work.

Private Sub Command3_Click()
Dim adConn As ADODB.Connection
Dim sConn As String
Set adCon = New ADODB.Connection


sConn = "Provider=SQLOLEDB.1;Integrated Security=SSPI;Persist Security Info=False; Initial Catalog=DATA_CONCEPTS;Data Source=SRVR7LF\MSSQL2012"

adConn.ConnectionString = sConn
adConn.Open

MsgBox (adConn.Provider)

adConn.Close
Set adConn = Nothing
End Sub
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cipriano555Asked:
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Rey Obrero (Capricorn1)Commented:
you are missing  an "n" on "adCon"

Set adCon = New ADODB.Connection

try
Set adConn = New ADODB.Connection

adConn.ConnectionString = sConn
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cipriano555Author Commented:
Yikes, amazingly dense on my part.  Thanks, that fixed it.
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