I believe this has something to do with the lack of () around the inner join within the query code, but what is odd to me is that I can filter MyWeb « Previous Thread | Next Thread » Thread Tools Search this Thread Display Modes Dev Articles Community Forums Sponsor: #1 December 16th, 2008, 11:16 Thanks in advance. emildd View Public Profile View Extended RPG Stats Challenge This User To Battle Send a private message to emildd Find all posts by emildd Find all threads by emildd Add emildd have a peek at this web-site
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I think what you need to share with us is exactly how you are trying to filter the records. Syntax Error Missing Operator In Query Expression Access 2007 Thank you for the tip. –RazorSky Sep 8 at 15:11 add a comment| up vote 3 down vote I had this same problem. Syntax error(missing error) in query expression in VB to Access datadase   10 Replies Habanero OP Drew Dunkel Dec 9, 2010 at 10:27 UTC It sounds like the Source What are the holes on the sides of a computer case frame for?
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Add the quote marks in as shown and the DoCmd should be OK. -Stewart Mar 3 '08 #2 reply P: 8 Dave Richardson Hi Dave. http://forums.codeguru.com/showthread.php?478008-RESOLVED-Syntax-error-(-missing-operator-)-in-query-expression Reply With Quote June 2nd, 2009,10:57 PM #8 ComITSolutions View Profile View Forum Posts Member Join Date Feb 2008 Location Bangalore Posts 149 Re: Syntax error ( missing operator ) in Microsoft Access Syntax Error (missing Operator) In Query Expression Search the forum for these. Dlookup Syntax Error Missing Operator In Query Expression Access I click on the datasheet-filter (to filter by a field column) to filter out the records.
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MS ACCESS, Syntax error (missing operator) P: 8 Dave Richardson Hi to everyone, I have the following problem which is producing the following error: Syntax error (missing operator) in query expression barry6614 replied Mar 16, 2012 I never get a chance to enter anything into the filter. share|improve this answer edited Oct 18 '14 at 0:04 W1ll1amvl 76921126 answered Oct 17 '14 at 23:46 msllarson2 412 I don't know why people are downvoting you this actually Source This problem crops up fairly frequently in referring to string values, and arises because you are missing two quote marks from the filter statement.
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