I am using the following Access SQL statement to find distinct values.
How do I update the statement so that it shaves any spaces off the side of the word.
For example one of the text values came up as " Parents"
"SELECT DISTINCT [Applicable to] FROM [Table1] Where [School] = 'Saints'"
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