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    Bdowns is offline Novice
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    Identifying where two tables are different

    I have two different tables that are ~99% equivalent. What is the best way to find the records in which they vary? Thanks

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    Windows XP Access 2003
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    Ottawa, Ontario, Canada; West Palm Beach FL
    Please describe how you made the 99% evaluation.

    Are we suppose to guess what the 2 tables are, what fields and data types?
    Have you looked at the unmatched query option?

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