SQLstatement results to UPPER case

Hello everyone,

I was wondering  if I can add the UPPER () case to the following statement:

, MGNameAddressPhone.LName AS [Last Name], MGNameAddressPhone.LicenseNumber AS [Licence# (W/State)], MGNameAddressPhone.Passport, '***-**' & Right(Nz([SSN],'None'),4) AS [SSN# (last 4 only)] FROM MGNameAddressPhone"

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Ernest GroggSecurity Management InfoSecAsked:
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If it is Access query, function is Ucase()
Ernest GroggSecurity Management InfoSecAuthor Commented:
It is a sql statement in VBA, where would I place this in the statement?
Hamed NasrRetired IT ProfessionalCommented:
In access, UCase$(MGNameAddressPhone.LName), returns a string
UCase returns a Variant.

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