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How do I insert existing data from different tables into a new table just created?  I've created a new table with columns based on data I want from different tables but I can't get the data to populate the new columns.
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Take a look at the Select Into style SQL statements .

http://www.w3schools.com/Sql/sql_select_into.asp
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Perfect!  Thank you!
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