How to modify a query in Access 2003 so that it references 2 tables?

I am developing an Access application in Access 2003 and I use a query as follows:

SELECT DISTINCT [REPORT NAME]
FROM tblBanks
WHERE [REPORT NAME] <> 'NA';

How would you modify this SQL statement to join tblBanks to another table titled tblOpenItems which also has a field titled [REPORT NAME] so that in addition to the above SQL SELECT statement that the [REPORT NAME] of tblBanks matches a [REPORT NAME] in table tblOpenItems ?
zimmer9Asked:
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mbizupCommented:
SELECT DISTINCT [REPORT NAME], [and other fields as needed]
FROM tblBanks INNER JOIN tblOpenItems  ON tblBanks.[REPORT NAME] = tblOpenItems.[REPORT NAME]
WHERE [REPORT NAME] <> 'NA';

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mbizupCommented:
Youd need to prefix the field REPORT Name:

SELECT DISTINCT tblBanks.[REPORT NAME], [and other fields as needed]
FROM tblBanks INNER JOIN tblOpenItems  ON tblBanks.[REPORT NAME] = tblOpenItems.[REPORT NAME]
WHERE tblBanks.[REPORT NAME] <> 'NA'; 

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