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Query Multiple Tables Without Duplicates

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    pooldead is offline Novice
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    Query Multiple Tables Without Duplicates

    This may or may not be a dumb question, but I'm not good with queries. I am trying to create a Select query that will display the records of multiple tables tied to a single userID. However, when I try to create these on my own, I wind up with a bunch of duplicates. For example:

    I have 3 tables: tbl_Users, tbl_appAccess, and tbl_adAccess
    tbl_Users has the primary record of userID "abc123"
    tbl_appAccess has 2 records tied to abc123
    tbl_adAccess has 3 records tied to abc124

    When I run the query I have setup, the 2 records from tbl_appAccess are duplicated for every record in tbl_adAccess.
    abc123 app1 ad1
    abc123 app1 ad2
    abc123 app1 ad3
    abc123 app2 ad1
    abc123 app2 ad2
    abc123 app2 ad3

    My end goal is to have a query that can display like this:



    abc123 app1 ad1
    abc123 app2 ad2
    abc123 ad3

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    billgyrotech1 is offline Competent Performer
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    Have you tried using Excel?

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    pooldead is offline Novice
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    Not entirely sure what you mean by that...? Do you mean a cross-tab query? If so, yes

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