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    Table Comparison messes up order (97 sr2)

    A friend sent me this email: I created a table without a primary key. (I can't have a primary key because there are two fields with the same name.) I'm doing a comparison between two tables, but after doing the comparison, the first table is all out of order. Any idea why?

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    Re: Table Comparison messes up order (97 sr2)

    Tables are not "in order" or "out of order". They are just lists of data. To view them in order, you can sort them or assign a primary key (which is used to sort the data for display, if no other sort order is specified). Without a primary key or a specified sort sequence, there is no way to predict the order in which Access will present the data.
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