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I have two tables one the BOM and the other the PartForecast.  Both of these fields contains a price column.  I would like a SQL statement that will take the price in the BOM and update the Part Forecast price by PSINO.  The PSINO is the part number.
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Open the QBE and add both tables.
Draw the necessary join lines.
Double click on the column you want to update to select it.
Change the query type to Update.
In the UpdateTo cell, type the name of the column that provides the source data.  Use the format - [tablename].[columnname]
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Great answer!!! Thanks!!!
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