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Microsoft Access tables

I have two tables that are not related and do not have the same fields.   I want to know how I can merge those two tables to together or insert information in one table into the other?
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I would suggest you add more details about the 2 tables, there isn't much here that can be answered right now.

sample data (from both tables), and
expected result (from that sample)
You can try to use union query, but it need similar fields. You can add intermediate queries, based on your tables, where you can add missing fields and use these queries in union query.
Jeffrey CoachmanMIS LiasonCommented:
This is why wee need a sample of his data and the desired result...
The OP may also be wanting to combine the tables "horizontally" (add fields)
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