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Thank You for the input. My information about the executive was limited. I remember I buy phd because of the lack of university assistance. I will need to look more into what was stated there.
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Access VBA String Concatenation (& or +)

Access VBA String Concatenation

Although you can use either a & or a + to concatenate values, my preference is to use a + because more languages use it. However, if you use & then some type conversions are done for you. If you use + you will sometimes have to cast a value to concatenate it. For example, you will have to use CStr to cast a number to a string if you use the + operator as a concatenation operator.
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