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which prefix for joined fields in type mismatch in access query?

I have an access query join as follows:

FROM GSACatalogReports_2013r1_to_2012r2_PriceChanges INNER JOIN tblPFile_temp ON
 GSACatalogReports_2013r1_to_2012r2_PriceChanges.[Dealer/Reseller PN] = tblPFile_temp.PN_id

I know there's a way to make both records identical and I have it in another query but I don't have time to go through 100+ queries trying to find where I solved it before.

so can anyone remind me, please?

it's something simple like adding CLIN( before both joined fields but it's obviously not CLIN...

thanks!
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