Textbox on form

cornishteeth

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Dec 6, 2002
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Why won't this work in a textbox on my form.

=&"I " &[Last Name] & ", " & [First Name] & " " & [Middle Initial]&"Request access to EMSS for LES."

Can't figure it out.

Frank
 

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Norie

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Apr 28, 2004
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What do you mean it won't work?

Is it causing an error or not giving the expected result?

Try removing the first ampersand (&).

Code:
="I " & [Last Name] & ", " & [First Name] & " " & [Middle Initial] & "Request access to EMSS for LES."
 

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