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MS ACCESS query multiple tables, and a  JOIN

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Last Modified: 2014-05-07
For some reason this statement is not valid in MS ACCESS SQL

SELECT * FROM (TABLE_A AS A LEFT JOIN TABLE_B AS B ON A.Name = B.Name), TABLE_C AS C

But this is:

SELECT * FROM (TABLE_A AS A LEFT JOIN TABLE_B AS B ON A.Name = B.Name), TABLE_C AS C

And this is:

SELECT * FROM TABLE_A AS A, TABLE_B AS B, TABLE_C AS C

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