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Hello,
Each order in my table has more than one note.
I need to select only orders that don't have a note that starts with 'Billing: '

Select order from OrderNotes where text.....

attached is a sample of what the select would look like.
attached highlighted orders should not be included. (Because they have a note that starts with 'Billing: '
The not highlighted is what I need. (I only need the order) --- Example Column 'k'

Your help is appreciated.
Sample.xlsx
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Question by:W.E.B
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by:Ryan Chong
ID: 41791548
quick try:

select a.* from OrderNotes a
left join
(
select [Order] from OrderNotes
where [text] like '%Billing%'
group by [Order]
) b
on a.[Order] = b.[Order]
where b.[Order] is null

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Ryan Chong earned 250 total points
ID: 41791551
or to be more precise:

select a.[Order] from OrderNotes a
left join
(
select [Order] from OrderNotes
where [text] like '%Billing%'
group by [Order]
) b
on a.[Order] = b.[Order]
where b.[Order] is null
group by a.[Order]

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by:Jim Horn
Jim Horn earned 250 total points
ID: 41791552
<knee-jerk, minute-fast answer>
Select DISTINCT on.order
from OrderNotes on 
   LEFT JOIN (
      SELECT DISTINCT order
      FROM OrderNotes
      where LEFT(text, 8) = "Billing:") onb ON on.Order = onb.Order
WHERE onb.Order IS NULL

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by:W.E.B
ID: 41791592
Thank you ,
Ryan Select seems to work, I'm trying it now.
Jim, I'm not getting any results back with your select.

thanks,
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by:Jim Horn
ID: 41791596
Typo, <> should have been =.   Corrected in original post.
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by:W.E.B
ID: 41791604
Thank you very much guys.
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