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Hi,

Please see the file attached. I will import this into SQL.  There are 4 fields:
ACCT - account number
GROUP - same note
SEQ - order in that note

I need to create a new table that can group all the notes based on ACCT, GROUP, and combine notes based on the SEQ.  So for example, for 123456, there will be have 5 rows in the new table.  thx
Book1.xlsx
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Alpesh Patel earned 1400 total points
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select * from Table1 into Table2

Create Table2 based on Table1 and inserts data as well.
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tthanks for the reply.  But I need to combine rows...any ideas?  thx
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I use @PatelAlpesh's concept and get it done.....thanks
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