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how to seperate columns in msaccess

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i have columns
like
trend setter 15
tredn setter 30
trend setter 40
trendsetter super 20

i need to seperate colmuns based on last space like
columna   columnb
trend setter     15
trend setter      30
tend setter        40
trendsetter super      20
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Question by:romeiovasu
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Not sure I understand the question... could you give a little more detail please.

Is this on a form or report?

 What is the resulting format you want?

Jim.
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by:romeiovasu
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i am trying to seperate the columns

example
trend setter 20
under columna
i want trend setter
columnb
i want 20
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SELECT Left([yourField], instrrev([yourField], " ")-1) as ColumnA
, Mid([yourField], instrrev([yourField], " ") + 1) as ColumnB
FROM yourTable
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