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Posted on 2013-11-13
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Hi Experts,

     I am new to Access 2003, I wanted to ask on how to create a query from table called "tuser" which has columns like ID, surname, firstname and so on to update my new table fields called tinspection with fields similar to "tuser" with additional fields for additional information.  I have tried it but to no avail.  Hope to get some simple answers and easy to understand as it can.  Thanks in advance!
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You don't give many details, in particular you don't mention how you would join tinspection to tuser, but a sample update query would look like this I believe:

UPDATE tinspection
INNER JOIN tuser ON [tinspection ].[ID] = [tuser].[ID]
SET [tinspection ].[surname]  = [tuser].[surname]
  , [tinspection ].[firstname] = [tuser].[firstname]
WHERE (1=1)
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