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Sub Queries - Not in compared to Not Exists

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I need to create a query that looks at the values in 1 table and return all records that are not included in the table2

SELECT "CO" & [Con] AS ContractNumber, tblAgentProd.Year, tblAgentProd.Quarter, tblAgentProd.Curr, Sum(tblAgentProd.TotalNetTotalUS) AS TotalNetTotalUS, Sum(tblAgentProd.TotalNetTotal) AS TotalNetTotal, Sum(tblAgentProd.TotalQualifiedTotal) AS TotalQualifiedTotal, Sum(tblAgentProd.TotalQualifiedTotalUS) AS TotalQualifiedTotalUS, Sum(tblAgentProd.AlaskaNetTotalUS) AS AlaskaNetTotalUS, Sum(tblAgentProd.AlaskaNetTotal) AS AlaskaNetTotal, Sum(tblAgentProd.AlaskaQualifiedTotal) AS AlaskaQualifiedTotal, Sum(tblAgentProd.AlaskaQualifiedTotalUS) AS AlaskaQualifiedTotalUS, Sum(tblAgentProd.TourNetTotalUS) AS TourNetTotalUS, Sum(tblAgentProd.TourNetTotal) AS TourNetTotal, Sum(tblAgentProd.TourQualifiedTotal) AS TourQualifiedTotal, Sum(tblAgentProd.TourQualifiedTotalUS) AS TourQualifiedTotalUS, Sum(tblAgentProd.OtherNetTotalUS) AS OtherNetTotalUS, Sum(tblAgentProd.OtherNetTotal) AS OtherNetTotal, Sum(tblAgentProd.OtherQualifiedTotal) AS OtherQualifiedTotal, Sum(tblAgentProd.OtherQualifiedTotalUS) AS OtherQualifiedTotalUS, Sum(tblAgentProd.YENetUS) AS YENetUS, Sum(tblAgentProd.YENet) AS YENet
FROM tblAgentProd
GROUP BY "CO" & [Con], tblAgentProd.Year, tblAgentProd.Quarter, tblAgentProd.Curr, tblAgentProd.Con

HAVING (((tblAgentProd.Year)=Year(Date())) AND

 ((tblAgentProd.Quarter)<>("Select Quarter from [tblSummaryQuartersFrozen]")) AND
 ((tblAgentProd.Con)<>"NON-AFFL" 
And (tblAgentProd.Con)<>"@DEFAULT"));

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In this case I want to return all records from the TBLsummary where Quarters not equal to the value of quarters in tblsummaryQuartersFrozedn.

What am I missing?  I tried Not In (Select... and Not Exists (Select... also <>, none of these
limit the list of records where Quarter 1 exists in the Frozen table.

Thanks,

K
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Question by:Karen Schaefer
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Rey Obrero (Capricorn1) earned 500 total points
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select T.*
from TBLsummary  as T
left join tblSummaryQuartersFrozen  as Q
On T.[Quarter]=Q.[Quarter]
Where Q.[Quarter] is null
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by:Karen Schaefer
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Thanks Rey, that did the trick.
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