Help with SQL Statement

I need help with an Update SQL for a form, which also contains a subform. Once a record is saved in tblContacts, I would like to create a corresponding record in tblHeuristics that has the Contact ID saved as the as the foreign key as well as the value of a control named "cboAskAmount" whose record source is [SuggestedAskAmount] the code I have written below doesn't work, which doesn't surprise me since I am new to VBA. Can anyone help?
INSERT INTO tblheuristics ( fk_ContactID, SuggestedAskAmount )
SELECT tblHeuristics.fk_ContactID, tblHeuristics.SuggestedAskAmount
FROM tblHeuristics
WHERE (((tblHeuristics.SuggestedAskAmount)=[Me].[subfrmHeuristics].[Form].[cboAskAmount].[Value]));

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Russell FoxDatabase DeveloperCommented:
In VBA you can't just run SQL code like that - you'll need to create a string with your SQL command and run it with DoCmd.RunSQL:
Dim SQL As String 
SQL = "INSERT INTO tblheuristics ( fk_ContactID, SuggestedAskAmount ) " & _ 
	"SELECT tblHeuristics.fk_ContactID, tblHeuristics.SuggestedAskAmount " & _ 
	"FROM tblHeuristics " & _ 
	"WHERE (((tblHeuristics.SuggestedAskAmount)=" & [Me].[subfrmHeuristics].[Form].[cboAskAmount].[Value] & "));"


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Use query builder in Access, it can save you a lot of time. You can't use Me in queries, only in VBA, but you can use full syntax:
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