How do i copy data from a MS access table to another MS access table via the query design window.

How do i copy data from a MS access table to another MS access table via the query design window.
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Rey Obrero (Capricorn1)Commented:
try using an append query

Insert into tableX IN 'C:\folder\folder1\db2.mdb'
select table1.*
from table1
Rey Obrero (Capricorn1)Commented:
to do this in QEB
select the table you want to copy
select all the fields
in the Query Type select Append
in the window that will open, select other database and locate the db and table

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brianpowellAuthor Commented:
UPDATE [Task Force] LEFT JOIN DMC_First_Six_Date ON [Task Force].[ ID] = DMC_First_Six_Date.GSH_ID SET DMC_First_Six_Date.GSH_ID = [Task Force].[ ID];
brianpowellAuthor Commented:
another question:  table modified time  - how do we show this?
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