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    Cross check data from 2 sources


    I have two tables and need to cross-check my data and show records that DO NOT match from BOTH sources. How do I go about doing this?

    There is a common ID for the records.

    Thanks!

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    Have you looked at the UnMatched query wizard?

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    Yes but I need records from BOTH sources.

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    So it is two queries. Is that a problem?

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    The problem is I need to show ALL records that do NOT match from both sources.

    Say this is my data from

    Table 1
    ID: 12345
    Name: Penny Marshall
    Division: Atlanta
    District: 1

    ID: 23451
    Name: John Travolta
    Division: Florida
    District: 2

    Table 2:

    ID: 12345
    Name: Penny Marshall
    Division: Atlanta
    District: 1

    ID: 234512
    Name: Rick Shroeder
    Division: Alabama
    District: 3

    I need a table/query that would show John Travolta and Rick Shroeder but not Penny Marshall

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    Two Unmatched queries put together in a UNION query.

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    Thank you!

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    You're welcome. Are you ready to use the Solved thread tool yet?

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