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I HAVE A TRAINING DATABASE WITH THREE FIELDS, EMPID, DOCNAME, REV #, I ONLY WANT TO SEE THE LATEST REV THAT SOMEONE IS TRAINED TO.
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Select [FIELDS], [EMPID], [DOCNAME], Max([REV #]) From Tavle1 Group By [FIELDS], [EMPID], [DOCNAME]

post some samples for  [REV #] field to make sure
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try this:

select t.* 
from training as t
inner join (select EMPID, max(REV) as maxrev from training group by EMPID) as tm
where t.empid=tm.empid and t.rev=tm.maxrev

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(..) may be necessary, not sure

select t.* 
from (training as t
inner join (select EMPID, max(REV) as maxrev from training group by EMPID) as tm)
where t.empid=tm.empid and t.rev=tm.maxrev

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