Removing Duplicates

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I have 2 access tables. One has doctors and membership totals, the other has doctors and their addresses. When I join both in an inner join, the membership totals duplicate because of the doctors multiple addresses. Is there a way to have the membership total appear only once?

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  • carlosdl
    That might be caused by a bad design.  You should have a main "doctors" table, in which each doctor appears just once, and an additional table were you can store all of the addresses registered for each doctor. If the design cannot be changed, you would need something to differentiate the many records that a doctor can have in the table.  Something like a type of address, or priority, or address' correlative, etc. 
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