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Access Query - Find most recent date in table

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I have a table containing every invoice issued to a customer.  There are multiple records for each customer's business.

What I'm trying to produce is a query that will return a table containing only the most recent invoice record for each customer so I can follow-up customers who we've had no business with for more than 6 months.

The table has multiple fields but can you suggest a solution using the fields [Customer Ref#] and [Invoice_Date]?  I want to pull the whole record for their last business.

Normally I have no problem writing queries but this one has me stumped - I'm blaming it on a head cold :)

Thanks  M :o)
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I don't do much with Access, but I have a site I got to if I do that might help...Here is a little code from it.

Select MAX(Invoice_Date), Customer Ref#  from Table1 group by Customer Ref#;

Now, that will only return thos 2 fields so you will have to link it back up.

With A as (
Select MAX(Invoice_Date), Customer Ref#  from Table1 group by Customer Ref#;
)

Select *
From Table1, A
Where A.Customer Ref# =Table1.Customer Ref#
AND  A.Invoice_Date = Table1.Invoice_Date

Something like that...the site should help lay it out better.  I generally work through the errors, but Since I don't have to data to work against I am just throwing it together....
http://www.techonthenet.com/access/queries/max_query2.php
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by:☠ MASQ ☠
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Thanks
Select MAX(Invoice_Date), Customer Ref#  from Table1 group by Customer Ref#;
Needed a little tweaking but fundamentally solved the issue.  It was MAX() I had forgotten!
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