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query design help for book index

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I have a table with the following 2 fields:

Serial # ( values range 1 to 1400 and represent a birth certif #)
Location (text field that is the name of a geographical location
appearing on the birth certificate somewhere)

looks like this:
Serial# Location
1 Town X
1 Town Y
2 Town Q
3 Town Y

I have massaged the original table of records to eliminate duplicates
(same name appeared more than once on a BC). Some names appear in as
many as 120 records.

Now I need to try to format this for an index in a book of BC extracts.

So I need someway to print records that look like this
Location BC #'s
Town A 25, 88, 99, 245, 1200
Town B 22, 41, 1022
Town C 112
et al.

I am stumped as to how to approach this.
I did use a group by query to get a nice listing with the locations and
how many records there are for each (count).
Help?

Nov 13 '05 #1
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