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SQL Update Syntax

Would like to update all the values  in a table (tOffice) to False (-1) for the field name "Courier"

I've tried some variations of this SQL command without luck

DoCmd.RunSQL "UPDATE toffice SET Courier  =  -1

Courier is a yes/no variable.

What is wrong with my syntax?  Should I be using an SQL update for this?
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Norie

8/22/2022 - Mon
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Norie

No problem, by the way you can actually use No/False.
DoCmd.RunSQL "UPDATE toffice SET Courier  =  No"

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DoCmd.RunSQL "UPDATE toffice SET Courier  =  False"

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