Many to one relationship in Microsoft Access query

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I have the following tables: ISSUEREASONS(issueID, issueReason = "PNR Change"), Issues(issueID, partNumber), Parts(PartNumber, DDSID), PNR(PNR, DDSID, PNRChangeReason="PNR Change") where there is mostly all one to one relationships besides there is multiple PNR to DDSID. I need to query for both reasons but am getting multiples. Selecting distinct will not work. Any help?
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  • carlosdl
    It could be useful to know what the primary keys of the tables are, and some example data would be helpful too.

    Also, I would recommend posting your current query.

    With those details I believe you will get very useful answers.
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