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Search combo error "Data Type Mismatch in Criteria Expression"

Posted on 2016-11-07
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I have a combo to search for records with filter on. I am getting the below erro
Search combo error "Data Type Mismatch in Criteria Expression"
Below is the code used
If IsNull(customer_search_combo) Then
Me.FilterOn = False
Else
'Me.Filter = "cust_nameCB = '" & Me.customer_search_combo & "'"
Me.Filter = "customer_name = " & Me.customer_search_combo
Me.FilterOn = True
End If

Can someone help
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try change:
Me.Filter = "cust_nameCB = '" & Me.customer_search_combo & "'"

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to:
Me.Filter = "cust_nameCB = " & Me.customer_search_combo

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instead?
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by:-MAS
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Thanks a lot. It worked
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