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Access 2010 ... keeping track of inventory across different tables

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Hi

I am using access 2010

I have three tables for an inventory list.  Each table has two important fields.  

Stock #  and quantity...............  Stock # is the key in each table and they are relationally linked.

Table 1 = input to inventory
Table 2  =  Withdrawal from inventory
Table 3 = Withdrawal  from inventory

I want a query or a table so that I have available to me at any time the current inventory.

What is the correct way to approach this?
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