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Hi.
There is probably a very simple explanation for this. I am using the
find duplicates wizard, I am asked for the fields that may contain
duplcate info. So far so good at this point it functions well and i
can see the records. If I reconsruct the query and put other records
that I want shown, the query shows no records at all.

I Have searched the web and this rescource and can not find a
reference to this prob.

Any guidence would be appreciated. I am using Access 2000

Nany Thanks
Phil
Nov 13 '05 #1
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It would be helpful if you posted the SQL for the original query, the SQL
that you have written when you "reconstruct" it, and explain what you mean
by "put other records that I want shown"

Darryl Kerkeslager

"Phil" <Ph************@lineone.net> wrote:
There is probably a very simple explanation for this. I am using the
find duplicates wizard, I am asked for the fields that may contain
duplcate info. So far so good at this point it functions well and i
can see the records. If I reconsruct the query and put other records
that I want shown, the query shows no records at all.

Nov 13 '05 #2

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