This question will probably have been closed next time you blink. It is asked often and not deemed a proper question by those who prognosticate on such things. As Ignacio says, no problem.
If the voltage is correct the target determines how much current to draw. In a very very few cases the equipment may rely on the power supply sagging under load to work correctly BUT such equipment is rare and should be shunned.
One case where it may matter is cheap power supplies for cheap appliances using NiCd or NimH batteries. Drills of say 12V to 24V rating may be like this. Such systems rely on the transformer open circuit voltage not exceeding the battery fully charged voltage "by much". They usually use unregulated supplies. Such systems cook their batteries if left connected when charged at the best of times. They will do so more happily if a higher current capacity supply is used.
This is a very nasty method of battery charging and best avoided if possible.