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Default syntax error in update statement

Using visual studio 2003 and access data base, Column password datavalue is set as text. when I run command I get "syntax error in update statement"

CMD As OleDb.OleDbCommand = New OleDb.OleDbCommand
With CMD
.Connection = conSamson
.CommandType = CommandType.Text
.CommandText = "update tblusers set Password = ' " & txtPassword.Text & " ' WHERE FirstName = ' " & txtFirstName.Text & " ';"
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Try using the following query:
.CommandText = "update tblusers set [Password] = '" & txtPassword.Text & "' WHERE FirstName = '" & txtFirstName.Text & "';"
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And the reason for the change is that PASSWORD is a reserved keyword in JET SQL. By putting it between [...] you are telling JET "use this as a field name, not as a keyword."
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