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BOOK: Excel 2007 VBA Programmer's Reference ISBN: 978-0-470-04643-2
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Unhappy Bulk INSERT into Access from VBA User Form

Hi,

I built a 14 page Wizard with lots of questions. It is a survey style, and I want to insert this data in MS Access 2007. I read the chapter 20, starting Page 452.

I had to change the code to allow for variables names in the insert statement. Now I am stuck with the number of questions - error is too long statement from VBA error.

The INSERT command is something like:

objCommand.CommandText = " INSERT INTO Table" & _
"(FirstName, LastName)" & _
"VALUES(' " & strFirstName & " ', ' " & strLastName " ');"

I have 2 issues:

1. Is there a better way to use dynamic variables in the INSERT code above?

2. I have 70+ questions. If I follow the code above, VBE complains about too many & _ or too long statement...

I tried the above with 20 questions, which worked. Does someone know of a better way? Or how could I use 2 insert statements, BUT inserting into same row in MS Access - so same autonumber row, meaning first rows 1-20 are inserted, then rows 21-40 or something like that?

Thanks in advance
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