Access QC Check on two tables

I have two tables and would like to have a query that looks at a *field in both tables to see if they match and display both Fields mismatches.

Join = SSAN

Table one = PERSTYPE
*Field = DUTY
Field =NAME-IND


Table two = TECH
*Field = DCODE
Field = Name Employee
CMILLERAsked:
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Rey Obrero (Capricorn1)Commented:
try using the Query Wizard
select  Find Unmatched Query Wizard
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CMILLERAuthor Commented:
I just realized that in some cases the two are not exactly the same. Like one table might have 15B and the other table would have 15B00.

*Field = DUTY
*Field = DCODE

How can I display all information to see what the DUTY and DCODE shows for both tables?

Table one = PERSTYPE
*Field = DUTY
Field =NAME-IND


Table two = TECH
*Field = DCODE
Field = Name Employee
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Rey Obrero (Capricorn1)Commented:
upload  a copy of the db..
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CMILLERAuthor Commented:
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Rey Obrero (Capricorn1)Commented:
the name field in the TECH table have comma on it, all records will not match.
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CMILLERAuthor Commented:
can you match the SSAN
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Rey Obrero (Capricorn1)Commented:
run query3
Database1.accdb
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CMILLERAuthor Commented:
It runs ok...but I didnt menchion that the record count on each table is different. The TECH table has around 400 and the PERSTYPE has around 1000. So, when I run the query on the production DB I get the 400 that match but I also get the 600 that dont. I only need the matching.
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CMILLERAuthor Commented:
Never mind, I ran the query wiz for dups.

Thanks.
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