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If you've ever played the guessing game about where to put (or where not to put) an equals sign in an Access macro, this post is for you. The choice depends on whether you're dealing with an expression or a string, and getting it right is especially important if you plan to publish your database to Access Services on SharePoint.
The whole issue is summed up in the post Using the right syntax when publishing Access macros to Web databases, recently posted on the To the SharePoint blog on TechNet.
Clear overview of when to use a string value or an expression referring to othr controls and for good measure learning the conventions to concatenate!
Thanks for the comment, Ben!