Update Multiple Records

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I am using following code to update 1 record in a table named "Evaluators", but this code is updating two records instead of one. It updates my required record and 1st record as well But I want to update only my required record. Kindly guide me.

Private Sub UpdatePassword_Click() DoCmd.RunSQL "UPDATE Evaluators SET Evaluators.[Password] = EditPass.value WHERE (((Evaluators.Username)=Username.Value));" End Sub

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