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    pulling data from two tables (Access 2003)

    Is there a type of join that will show all the data from table 1 minus all the data from table 2?

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    Re: pulling data from two tables (Access 2003)

    Welcome to Woody's Lounge!

    If there is a field on which you can match records in the two tables, let's say ID, you can do the following:
    - Create a query based on table 1.
    - Add all fields from table 1 to the query grid.
    - Specify the following condition for the ID field in the Criteria line:

    Not In (SELECT [ID] FROM [OtherTable])

    - Substitute the correct names for ID and OtherTable.

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