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Assistance with Query to Consolidate Records

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Trying to determine the best approach to use in consolating multiple
records in an Access 97 Db. The users submit updates in HTML format
generated from a query that are in turn imported into a master
database. There are 50+/- records each that are submitted by a
substantial number of users with each periodic update. The output does
include the user ID reference and the date prepared, but as a query
has no header, the information is included on each row - or can a
query have a header when used as HTML output?

Simply, I need to consolidate all data provided and imported by user
ID, name and date of submission and nothing else, and which can be
viewed as a single, consolidated line. Any suggestions on
implementation will be appreciated. Thanks, Dalan
Nov 12 '05 #1
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Search accessweb for fConcatChild. Play with that a little bit and it
should give you what you want. You may need to tweak it to collect
data from more columns, though.
Nov 12 '05 #2

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