how to write code in VBA to insert data to table from form?

I have a table that has (ID,Name,****,.). I want ot insert record to that table from a designed form. my form has (txtname,txtsex,.) as field in table. so when I click button on form, I want it insert all of textboxt value on form to the table. I'm using ms access 2010.

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