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SIMPLE UPDATE INNER JOIN PROBLEM FIX

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Hello can anyone tell me the syntax I should use to complete this Update Statement

Update tblOrderDriversExtraCharges
INNER JOIN tblOrderDrivers ON tblOrderDrivers.OrderDriverID = tblOrderDriversExtraCharges.OrderDriverID  Set AccessorialChargeAmount = 0, Drivercompensation = 0  WHERE tblOrderDrivers.OrderNumber='87521'

The Inner Join does not work in SQL Server.  Thanks
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Update tblOrderDriversExtraCharges
Set AccessorialChargeAmount = 0, Drivercompensation = 0  
from tblOrderDriversExtraCharges INNER JOIN tblOrderDrivers ON tblOrderDrivers.OrderDriverID = tblOrderDriversExtraCharges.OrderDriverID
 WHERE tblOrderDrivers.OrderNumber='87521'
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