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Syntax error - Insert records

Posted on 2016-08-23
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Experts, I keep getting a syntax on the insert line.  Do you see where I have made a mistake?  It might be something to do with the # placement on the date field.  the VBA is on a button on the parent and the records I am inserting are on a subform.

Private Sub cmdInsertRecords_Click()
   
    Dim db As DAO.Database, intMyValue As Date, intMyValue2 As Integer
    intMyValue = Me.DrawDate
    intMyValue2 = Me.Currency
   
    Set db = CurrentDb
    db.Execute "Insert into tblDraws_Details1 (ValueDate, Currency) VALUES (#" & intMyValue & "#," & intMyValue2 & ")"
   
    Set db = Nothing

End sub
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IrogSinta earned 500 total points
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You cannot use Currency as a field name in your table.  That is a reserved word.

Ron
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by:pdvsa
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Oh i think I have been told that before.  Completely slipped my mind. Thank you
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