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Default Docmd.RunSQL

I tried running the code below and it did not work. Can someone help?

Function SaveRecords()

Dim strSQL As String
Dim db As Database

Set db = CurrentDb()

'bind the data from the form to the table
strSQL = "INSERT INTO tblAuditTracker(Date,Datetime,Employer_Name, Case_Status, CO_SME_Name"
strSQL = strSQL & "Case_Number,Reason_Audit,Specific_Reason_Deni al, Reason_Denial,CO_SME_Recommendation,"
strSQL = strSQL & "Action_Taken_by_CO_SME, Analyst, Analyst_Recommendation,SOP_Followed,Comments)"
strSQL = strSQL & "VALUES ('Me.txtDate','Me.txtDatetime','Me.txtEmp','Me.txt Status','Me.comboSME'"
strSQL = strSQL & "'Me.comboCaseNum','Me.comboAuditReason','Me.Combo 131','Me.Combo133','Me.comboReview','Me.comboActio n',"
strSQL = strSQL & "'Me.comboAnalyst','Me.comboRecom','Me.check135',' Me.Text23');"

DoCmd.RunSQL strSQL


End Function





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