ACCESS ERROR CHARACTERS FOUND AT THE END OF SQL STATEMENT

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I tried example 6 from the book SQL for Microsoft Access and got the error message" CHARACTERS FOUND AT THE END OF SQL STATEMENT. I tried deleing the first semicolon and got a message: missing semicolon at end of SQL statement. Can anyone tell me what I am doing wrong? Thanks, INSERT INTO Toys (ToyID, ToyName, Price, Description) VALUES (1, 'ToyTrain1', 11.00, 'Red/blue battery powered train'); INSERT INTO Toys (ToyID, ToyName, Price, Description) VALUES  (2, 'ToyTrain2', 11.00, 'Green/red/blue battery powered train'); INSERT INTO Toys (ToyID, ToyName, Price, Description) VALUES  (3, 'ElectricTrain', 15.00, 'Red/white AC/DC powered train',); INSERT INTO Toys (ToyID, ToyName, Price, Description) VALUES  (4, 'LivingDoll1',12.00, 'Asian American Doll'); INSERT INTO Toys (ToyID, ToyName, Price, Description) VALUES  (5,'LivingDoll2', 12.00, 'AfricanAmerican Doll' );
ASKED: June 8, 2010  5:33 PM
UPDATED: June 8, 2010  6:08 PM

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If you are running that as a query, you can run just one SQL statement at a time (anything after the first semicolon will generate an error).

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