Does Microsoft access have any way of joining 2 datasets whereby values in a column are not identical but very close. I am trying to join data from 2 tables on an address field, and there are a few instances where 1 or 2 characters are slightly off leading to the join failing. I didnt know if there was any way in SQL to do a "like" or similar join.
Matching on addresses is extremely difficult due to misspellings, additional spaces, abbreviations of street type (Rd for Road; Ct or Crt for Court, ...).
I would start by replacing all of the duplicate
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