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Duplicate Data Problem

Duplicate Data Problem

Duplicate Data Problem

I have a database with two tables:  One contains Rep names and their personal info, the second contains center info ie: location, address, phone etc.  The two tables are linked through the location field in a one(center) to many(reps) relationship.   I need to create a report that lists all the information together.  I tried using a simple query, but because there are numerous rep names to a location it is listing all the center information each time there is a rep name.  What I need is the center info and the Rep names listed under it.  I tried using a union query, but that caused the report to list all the rep names first and then all the center info, it didn't combine them.  I'm sure I'm missing something simple, but I can't see what it is.  Does anyone have a suggestion for me?  Thanks in advance.

RE: Duplicate Data Problem


Can you post the query/queries you have tried?


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