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Consolidate Columns with Entries into 1 Field

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I have an access table that has about 200 columns horizontal for every member, on each is populated with a 'YES' is they fell under that group, i would like consolidate this column headings into 1 table with the member number in 1 column and the other with all the corresponding codes for that member, i cant figure out a way of doing this without using some sort of VBA code. Id really appreciate your help on this...I've illustrated my problem below and the access database has sample Result_Table_Sample table so you can see exactly what i mean. Thanks again experts.
Sample-Data.mdb
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by:Rey Obrero (Capricorn1)
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you definitely need VBA codes and recordsets to accomplish this
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Thank you kindly capricorn, however i lack this skill at the momment. I am learning tho but i wouldnt be able to figure it out.
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i might look into this later..
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Thank you capricorn.
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see this

the codes  that populate the table_result is at module
Sample-Data.mdb
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Thank you Capricorn ill take a look at it in a few, i appreciate your time.
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Your a lifesaver Capriocorn thanks so much!!
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