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Access 2010 Combining Two Tables WIth Similiar But Different Records..

Tom Farrar
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Last Modified: 2015-03-03
Hi - I have two Access tables with same fields but for different time periods.  I want to combine all records from each table so I can compare values.  But I need all records from each table and not just where they match on part number.  I can get there by workaround that requires a little manual intervention, but I am looking for an automated way.  How can I accomplish this with an Access query or queries?  Example tables and result are attached in spreadsheet below.  Thanks.  - Reilly
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