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Using LIKE with a function

Using LIKE with a function
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Please can someone tell me if its possible to use LIKE and a function as a query criteria?

My function is:

Public Function User()

User = VBA.Environ("UserName") End Function

And my query is:

SELECT tbl_REF_Reminder.Type, tbl_REF_Reminder.PIC, tbl_REF_RMOPIC.[UN Code], tbl_REF_RMOPIC.[AG Code], tbl_REF_Reminder.Agent, tbl_REF_Reminder.DueDate, tbl_REF_Reminder.RemindStatus, tbl_REF_UID.UserID, tbl_REF_RMOPIC.[Agency Name] AS Agency

FROM (tbl_REF_Reminder INNER JOIN tbl_REF_RMOPIC ON tbl_REF_Reminder.Agent = tbl_REF_RMOPIC.[UN Code]) INNER JOIN tbl_REF_UID ON tbl_REF_RMOPIC.[PIC Name] = tbl_REF_UID.Name WHERE (((tbl_REF_Reminder.PIC) Like User()) AND ((tbl_REF_Reminder.DueDate) Between Format(Now()-2,'dd/mm/yyyy') And Format(Now(),'dd/mm/yyyy')) AND ((tbl_REF_Reminder.RemindStatus)=-1));

When I try as per above I get no results. If I add *User()* I get an invalid operator error.

I need to use LIKE as there may be multiple users in the PIC field
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