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Hi All,

I am working for an internet company and we are trying to process our current database of phone numbers of old customers with a Do not call list and mark thosw who are on the do not call list as "do not call".  I have imported all of the data and I have created queries that restrict by normal strings.  The problem is I'm in Access 2000 and I need to use the table of do not calls as my reference in the query to the table of numbers.  I am working off of a Windows 2000 Proffessional server.  Thank you for any help!!!

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  You might have better luck posting your inquiry in the forum for Microsoft Access Queries and JET SQL.  This forum is for problems relating to the Windows Application Programming Interface (API).

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