At MS Access, Compare two fields

I have two linked table, one from Sybase, the other one from SQL Server 2008. I am comparing the two tables and hope they are the same. One field, in Sybase datatype is text, SQL server is Varchar, how can I compare it? I queried it, it is always showed me they are not the same even in English they are the same.

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I am not sure if this will work or not -- but try using the Trim function (Rtrim and LTRIM).  It is possible that there is extra-white spaces at the end of one of the fields.


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HopeQAuthor Commented:
No, it doesn't work. Thanks.
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