Access -- Filter out duplicates

Access 2010 - Here is what I am doing ---

Fields -
A  -- Person ID
B -- Location
C -- Date
D -- Person seen
E -- Items bought

Table contains 100,000 records.  First I created a query to filter on location.  Dropped results to 1,800.  Problem I am having is that even though I only included columns A, B, C and D I am getting duplicate entries based on column E.

What I would like to do is only see each person ID once per day. What do I need to do in order to accomplish this feat?
Sean MeyerAsked:
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Rey Obrero (Capricorn1)Commented:
have you tried using a total query?

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Sean MeyerAuthor Commented:
Figured it out and then found you had posted the correct answer.

Add the Totals button to your query design and it removes duplicates.

It will add the row "Total:" to your query design and each item will show "Group By"

Thank you!
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