Senario: I wanted to add a timestamp to a SQL [MS Access] table so I called it 'timestamp'. Thus incurring multiple 'Syntax error in INSERT INTO statement' errors whilst I fiddled with this and that in vain attempts to rectify the problem. <BR>Solution: 'Timestamp' is a SQL reserved word. See http://www.lanpoint.com/faqs/designpoint/reserved.asp for a full list (I don't if there's one on 4GFR).<BR>Moral: WATCH out for RESERVED WORDS in SQL statements!<BR>Inane Babble: This will probably not be news to most of you, but it might really help some of the newbies.<BR>I am fairly seasoned at developing ASP - just see how much hair I have left - but I still get caught out by reserved words and always forget about them when debugging. It's one of those forehead slapping errors that have no doubt contributed to my polished cranium.