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    Post Reserved Words For MS Access

    PS : don't use it for ur field name
    For existing objects with names that contain reserved words, you can avoid errors by surrounding the object name with brackets ([ ]).
    -A
    ADD
    ALL
    Alphanumeric
    ALTER
    AND
    ANY
    Application
    AS
    ASC
    Assistant
    AUTOINCREMENT
    Avg

    -B
    BETWEEN
    BINARY
    BIT
    BOOLEAN
    BY
    BYTE

    -C
    CHAR, CHARACTER
    COLUMN
    CompactDatabase
    CONSTRAINT
    Container
    Count
    COUNTER
    CREATE
    CreateDatabase
    CreateField
    CreateGroup
    CreateIndex
    CreateObject
    CreateProperty
    CreateRelation
    CreateTableDef
    CreateUser
    CreateWorkspace
    CURRENCY
    CurrentUser

    -D
    DATABASE
    DATE
    DATETIME
    DELETE
    DESC
    Description
    DISALLOW
    DISTINCT
    DISTINCTROW
    Document
    DOUBLE
    DROP

    -E
    Echo
    Else
    End
    Eqv
    Error
    EXISTS
    Exit

    -F
    FALSE
    Field, Fields
    FillCache
    FLOAT, FLOAT4, FLOAT8
    FOREIGN
    Form, Forms
    FROM
    Full
    FUNCTION

    -G
    GENERAL
    GetObject
    GetOption
    GotoPage
    GROUP
    GROUP BY
    GUID

    -H
    HAVING

    -I
    Idle
    IEEEDOUBLE, IEEESINGLE
    If
    IGNORE
    Imp
    IN, In
    INDEX
    Index, Indexes
    INNER
    INSERT
    InsertText
    INT, INTEGER, INTEGER1, INTEGER2, INTEGER4
    INTO
    IS, Is

    -J
    JOIN

    -K
    KEY

    -L
    LEFT
    Level
    Like
    LOGICAL, LOGICAL1
    LONG, LONGBINARY, LONGTEXT

    -M
    Macro
    Match
    Max, Min, Mod
    MEMO
    Module
    MONEY
    Move

    -N
    NAME
    NewPassword
    NO
    Not
    NULL
    NUMBER, NUMERIC

    -O
    Object
    OLEOBJECT
    OFF
    ON
    OpenRecordset
    OPTION
    OR, Or
    ORDER
    Outer
    OWNERACCESS

    -P
    Parameter
    PARAMETERS
    Partial
    PERCENT
    PIVOT
    PRIMARY
    PROCEDURE
    Property

    -Q
    Queries
    Query
    Quit

    -R
    REAL
    Recalc
    Recordset
    REFERENCES
    Refresh
    RefreshLink
    RegisterDatabase
    Relation
    Repaint
    RepairDatabase
    Report
    Reports
    Requery
    RIGHT

    -S
    SCREEN
    SECTION
    SELECT)
    SET
    SetFocus
    SetOption
    SHORT
    SINGLE
    SMALLINT
    SOME
    SQL
    StDev, StDevP
    STRING
    Sum

    -T
    TABLE
    TableDef, TableDefs
    TableID
    TEXT
    TIME, TIMESTAMP
    TOP
    TRANSFORM
    TRUE
    Type

    -U
    UNION
    UNIQUE
    UPDATE

    -V
    VALUE
    VALUES
    Var, VarP
    VARBINARY, VARCHAR

    -W
    WHERE
    WITH
    Workspace

    -X
    Xor

    -Y
    Year
    YES
    YESNO

    The following symbols should not be used as part of a field name:
    .
    /
    *
    :
    !
    #
    &
    -
    ?

    1st NF - a table should not contain repeating groups.
    2nd NF - any fields that do not depend fully on the primary key should be moved to another table.
    3rd NF - there should be no dependency between non key fields in same table.
    - E. Petroutsos -


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    Re: Reserved Words For MS Access

    You forgot PLUS (+) sign and Parenthesis and ... not to mention that some of what you've posted don't belong to MS Access ...
    That isn't to discurrage you but more of a reminder that this forum is mostly about questions/answers and not a "code bank" or "tips bank" or something ...

    Cheers

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    Re: Reserved Words For MS Access

    You forgot PLUS (+) sign and Parenthesis and ... not to mention that some of what you've posted don't belong to MS Access ...
    well i'm not sure about that one, i found this at MSDN with title RESERVERD WORDS in MS Access (just feel to post it but i guess at wrong forum as u state it )

    should i delete it or ??

    1st NF - a table should not contain repeating groups.
    2nd NF - any fields that do not depend fully on the primary key should be moved to another table.
    3rd NF - there should be no dependency between non key fields in same table.
    - E. Petroutsos -


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