create a new field in query that adds 1 to a number

hello-am attaching database- open qry1 and you will see fld1 and fld2-
fld2 is same number as fld1 -  only 1 is added to last number
example [fld1] 10.236.4.231  and [fld2] is 10.236.4.232

I manually added 1 to the numbers in fld2 -
Is there a way to create a field in the query that calculates this? and so the query is creating fld2?

thank you
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davetoughAsked:
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Rey Obrero (Capricorn1)Commented:
run this query, look at the values returned on fld3

SELECT InputTable.Number, tbl1.fld1, tbl1.fld2, Left([fld1],InStrRev([fld1],".")) & Mid([fld1],InStrRev([fld1],".")+1)+1 AS fld3
FROM InputTable LEFT JOIN tbl1 ON InputTable.Number = tbl1.Number;
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Great- thanks for the help- I was hoping you were still on Experts- you've helped me a google amount of times
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