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    Re: Duplicate Records (access 2000)

    Create a new query and use the Find Duplicates Query Wizard.
    Francois

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    Re: Duplicate Records (access 2000)

    Go to the Queries Object, select New from the toolbar or hit <Alt> "N" and select 'Find Duplicates Query Wizard'. Folow the prompts.

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    Re: Duplicate Records (access 2000)

    As Charlotte has noted in the past, please don't delete your original queries (or any query for that matter) as people have not idea what the original problem. We are all here to learn.
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    Duplicate Records (access 2000)

    How do I find duplicate records in my database. I have about 500 records. Pleas help.

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