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combine tables in access 2013

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#1 joepal


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Posted 14 May 2014 - 11:28 AM

i'm a real novice.... I imported 2 excel files to access, table a and table b. table a has rows of Vin #, customer name and address. table b has rows of vin # and email address. I want access to compare vin #'s and combine tables so I have name, address and vin# in one table.  help........



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