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What is the correct syntax for this:

 Set rs_PG1 = CurrentDb.OpenRecordset("SELECT * FROM [ProductGroup] WHERE [Language] = "ENGLISH"")

"ENGLISH" is just a constant value.
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try WHERE [Language] = 'ENGLISH' then the double quotes
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if English is defined elsewhere as a string constant or variable then
[Language] = '" & ENGLISH & "' then the double quotes
i.e. single double & ENGLISH & double single double
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