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How can I take multiple rows and put them into one column with a delimiter in MS Access?

Laurie King
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Last Modified: 2016-02-12
Ok, I am working on a priority project where I have a table that contains two fields. One is an ID field and another is TIF_NAMES field. So the table looks like this:

ID               TIF_NAMES
1                000001.tif
1                000002.tif
1                000003.tif
2                000004.tif
2                000005.tif
etc.

I would like to do this

ID                   TIF_NAMES
1                    000001.tif|000002.tif|000003.tif
2                    000004.tif|000005.tif

I need to do something that can go through my field and create a new table with the ID and TIF_NAMES and the data represented like l have shown above.

Thank you for any suggestions. My VBS does not work.
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