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I have a basic query below in Microsoft Access 2010. I am getting an error on the FROM clause.     Thanks for any info.
Select * From Customer
JOIN Address ON Customer.CustomerID=Address.CustomerID
WHERE Address.ZipCode ='12345'
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Rey Obrero (Capricorn1) earned 500 total points
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try this

Select * From Customer
INNER JOIN Address ON Customer.CustomerID=Address.CustomerID
 WHERE Address.ZipCode ='12345'
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by:fjkaykr11
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thanks.  I will have to get back to you tomorrow to see if it worked (I am sure it will)
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it works, thanks
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