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Export Access Table into DBF, Decimal Problem

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I am exporting an Access table into a dbf file.  All of my numerical fields are defaulting to 5 decimal places, no matter what the access setting.  I need to decrease this to 2 decimals for some, 3 decimals for some, and none for others.
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There were typos in my previous response, there was an extra bracket ) which shouldnt be there.

The corrected sql is:

SELECT
Format(table1.Field0,"#") AS Field0,
Format(table1.Field2,"#.00") AS Field2,
Format(table1.Field3,"#.000") AS Field3

FROM table1

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