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Need a SQL query to replace values in a certain field

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I need to update a table in SQL 2000. I have a table named table1 and a field named staff. I would like use a query to change all the values under staff that has a value of 'bc' to 'vs'. Seems like it should be fairly simple but I have just started working with SQL.
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Guy Hengel [angelIII / a3] earned 200 total points
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update table1
  set staff = 'vs'
where staff = 'bc'
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by:grahamis
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That worked perfect. Thank you very much
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