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Best way to handle multiple associations

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I'm looking for advice on how to handle this.  I have a members table.  And I have a Committees table.  A member may belong to one or more committees.

So I assume in the members table I need a committee ID field that stores the committee ID number that the member belongs to.  But what if they belong to more than one committee?  How can I handle the storage of multiple committee IDs?

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Rey Obrero (Capricorn1) earned 2000 total points
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you have to create a third table

table name - MembersCommitte

fields    ID, memberId, CommitteId


see this demo

http://office.microsoft.com/en-us/access-help/demo-set-the-relationship-between-two-tables-HA010254901.aspx?pid=CH100739911033
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