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I am creating an internal IT website for our company.
I have several separate "Lists" that include employee last names.
Is there any way to use the employee last name as primary key to tie the tables / information together?
If there is would you please provide the instructions to do it?
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What exactly are you trying to achieve. The information you have supplied is not sufficient to provide a solution.

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Jeffrey Kane - TechSoEasy earned 500 total points
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sandra72,

Rather than creating the SharePoint site from scratch, why don't you take a look at the Application Templates to see if there is one that fits what you are trying to accomplish (whatever that may be):
http://sharepoint.bilsimser.com/default.aspx



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