MS Access Query - Data Mismatch Float DataType to nvarchar(100)

Hi Experts,

Currently I am linking a Float DataType to a nvarchar(100) and am getting the error "Data Mismatch)

so I do not link the two tables and create a?:

ID = Float
UserID3 = nvarchar

But this is not working:
Undefined function 'Convert' in expression
Or it I delete the link:
The SQL Statement could not be executed because it contains ambiguous outer joins

So I tried deleting the link (from one field to the other) and did this:

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But it runs and runs with a large number of records...

Please help and thanks...
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Ryan ChongBusiness Systems Analyst , ex-Senior Application EngineerCommented:
Convert function is from MS SQL? I guess Access do not have such function, for a quick fix, try do comparison like this instead?
"" & [ID] = [UserID3]

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Amour22015Author Commented:
I ended up using:

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And this worked fine

thanks for all you help
Amour22015Author Commented:
Thanks for helping
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