MS Access - Query syntax to look up condition

Hi Experts,

I have a field for company name:

The Great Company
The Microsoft Company
The Book Store

I need to write a simple query in Access like:

CompanyName: Iif(Left,3 = The) then
put at end the word The

So it would be like:
Great Company, The
Microsoft Company, The
Book Store, The

Thanks for any help
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Mike EghtebasDatabase and Application DeveloperCommented:
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Amour22015Author Commented:
It looks like I don't understand and am knew to all this.

I have a field:

In that field I could have some Company names that start with "The" it could also have " The" (with a blank in front of the word "The".
The Great Company
 The Microsoft Company
The Book Store

I am using MS Access 2010
I am doing this in a simple query:
CompanyName: Iif(Left((CompanyName),3)="The" then (Left((CompanyName),-4) & ", The")

I am looking for something like above.  Seems the link pointed out above is too complex for what I am looking for?

Thanks for any help
Rey Obrero (Capricorn1)Commented:
use this

CompanyName:iif(Left([companyfield],3)="The",[companyfield] & ", The",[companyfield])
Rey Obrero (Capricorn1)Commented:
oh sorry try this

iif(Left([company],3)="The",mid([company],4) & ", The",[company])

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Amour22015Author Commented:
Thanks that looks like it
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