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I need to convert this SQL statement to a MS Access 2003 SQL Query

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I need to convert this SQL statement to a MS Access 2003 SQL and I cannot make it work. I have never used a subquery and I assume this is what I require.

Any help?

No. 1

Select count(*) from PXDTA.F31P01 where PAPRJM in(select wadoco from pxdta.f4801 where wadcto=”ET” and wamcu=wammcu)

No. 2

Update PXDTA.F31P01 set PAJBIF=0 where PAPRJM in(select wadoco from pxdta.f4801 where wadcto=”ET” and wamcu=wamcu)

Help appreciated. I cannot seem to get my 70 year old mind functioning today.

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