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INSERT INTO STATEMENT ERROR

Currentdb.Execute "INSERT INTO tblRegister(Surname,FirstName,MiddleName,Email)" & _
    " VALUES(" & Me.txtSurname & ",'" & Me.txtFName & "','" & Me.txtMName & "','" & Me.txtEmail & "')"

The code above gives me run time error 3061: Too Few parameter: expected 1

Also, I discovered that when I typed (1) the figure (1) into the surname textbox on my form. It inserts into the table tblRegister without the error. How can I make it insert name (letter) into the surname and not a number? Thanks in advance for the answer
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Ryan Chong

8/22/2022 - Mon
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Thanks so much. It all worked very well. Actually.
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