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I have a table (tblRents)with the following fields: RentID, LeaseID, StartDate, EndDate, RentalRate, TenantID and LessorID. For each lease entered, there could be several rent rates, each entered seperately with it's own RentID. I am trying to write a query that will give me each rent rate for...
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?