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DISTINCT on one field within a Query

DISTINCT on one field within a Query

(OP)
Good afternoon, I'm a bit rusty with Access Queries and can't figure out a way of selecting only one line per value within a certain field, e.g. "Complaint Ref". The system I'm working with appears to create a new entry (row) when a different person enters an action in one of the fields. What I'm trying to do is produce a list of all the required fields but with only one entry per incident so my user can assess all the incidents in any particular month.

Any ideas please.

Many thanks,
D€$

RE: DISTINCT on one field within a Query

(OP)
I've tried "GROUP BY" but that just wants to group every field.

Many thanks,
D€$

RE: DISTINCT on one field within a Query

Change the GROUP BY of some fields to First or Last or whatever.

Duane
Hook'D on Access
MS Access MVP

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