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Why doesn't Total Access Analyzer for Microsoft Access flag SQL reserved works (like "SELECT", "FROM", or "WHERE") when they are used in VBA code?
Total Access Analyzer doesn't flag VBA variable name conflicts with SQL Server reserved words, just VBA reserved words. It flags SQL Server reserved words that conflict with table/query names and field names. We do this because the conflict between the two groups doesn’t cause any impact in MS Access.
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