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How do I delete duplicate rows in and access 2007 query using SQL?

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I have a query that is pulling from multiple tables.  I have some duplicate records on the VENDMAST1 table which is the AVVEND field.  With the query code I have now what woudl I have to change so that i dont get dupicate records from that field.  Thanks
SELECT BRENT_IVITMSP.ITITNM, BRENT_IVITMSP.ITITDS, BRENT_IVITMSP.ITORUM, BRENT_IVITMSP.ITSTLC, BRENT_IVITMSP.[ITVMF#], BRENT_VENDMAST1.AVNAME
FROM BRENT_IVITMSP INNER JOIN BRENT_VENDMAST1 ON BRENT_IVITMSP.[ITVND#] = BRENT_VENDMAST1.AVVEND
WHERE (((BRENT_IVITMSP.Itrecd)<>'D') AND ((BRENT_IVITMSP.ITSTCK)='Y'));

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Just add the word Distinct after Select
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That was easy.  Thanks a lot
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