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Perform an inner join between two tables

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Perform an inner join on tables BOOKS and SOURCES. Find the source cities for publisher_name "Random House" using the LIKE command to restrict record selection.
This is my problem i need to solve, i have the tables created already i have no idea of the correct SQL code to input to make this work. I'm new to Access and SQl, and have no idea of what to do next.
Feb 16 '07 #1
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Welcome to The Scripts!

Since this is the MySQL forum and your question is an Access one, I will transfer this thread to the Access forum. Good luck.

Feb 16 '07 #2

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