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add a character to an exisitng word in an Access Query

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I have an Access query and one of the fields has the letters PPOP in it.  Example

Field1
PPOP
PPOP
LIGHT
LONG
PPOP

Just for this query I want it to show
POP
POP
LIGHT
LONG
POP

It can not be changed in the database because it is need at other times the other way.
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select replace(Field1, 'PPOP', 'POP' from <your_table>
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