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VBA select data from Multiple columns using SQL

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How would I structure a VBA SQL statement (MS Access 2010) to get data from multiple columns? For instance, I have a table that has:
ID,
PickupCustName,
DeliverCustName,
BillCustName,
AuthorizedByName
...

I would like to be able to select distinct and order alphabetically all the names from data in all four columns into one result set so I can put them all in one column of a combo box on my form.
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