LEFT JOIN States ON Staging.[Recipient State/Province] = States.StateID
WHERE (((States.StateID) Is Null));
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'Delete the previous query (if it exists)
If DCount("Name", "msysObjects", "Name='qryTemp'") = 1 Then
DoCmd.DeleteObject acQuery, "qryTemp"
Dim qdfNew As QueryDef
Dim strSQL As String
Dim strSQL1 As String
Dim strSQL2 As String
Dim strFieldName As String
'--How the Field name is specified-----
' A combob box provied the field Names
'strFieldName = Me.Combo5
' The user types in a field name
'strFieldName = InputBox("What Field")
'Build the SQL string
strSQL1 = "SELECT YourTable.ID, YourTable.YourRequiredField, YourTable.YourStateField,YourTable.["
strSQL2 = "] FROM YourTable;"
strSQL = strSQL1 & strFieldName & strSQL2
'Load the SQL into a text box for viewing, or copying to the SQL editor
Me.txtSQL = strSQL
'Create the saved Query
Set qdfNew = CurrentDb.CreateQueryDef("qryTemp", strSQL)
'Refresh the database window/task Pane
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