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Combining Tables

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Hi all,

I'm a newbie to Access programming and am having a hard time
performing what may seem like a simple task to you all. Here's what
i'm dealing with:

I have 10 tables which are formatted in the same manner - each table
represents a stock with historical prices at different dates. There
will be more tables added as we add more stocks to the mix; however,
please note that all the tables are identical in field structure. Now,
here's what I am trying to accomplish - I am creating a form which
would list out all the stocks in the database. I need to allow the
user to pick any of the stocks he wants in his portfolio, press a
button, and then an output would be generated which combines the
tables of the stocks into one big table, which would essentially be
the output. How do I do this - can someone please help?

I appreciate any or all help - thank you in advance!
Oct 2 '08 #1
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