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Concatenating data within ACCESS table

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I need to have one record per crash.  Each crash can have many reasons.  The reasons need to be concatenated together.  Please see attached file for explanation.
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Question by:kerikeri
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by:Rey Obrero
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here is a sample db,
look at query1 and the codes in the module modconcat
concat.mdb
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here is the correct sample db
see query1, codes in modConcat
concat.mdb
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Wow, your module is perfect.  Thanks so much Rey!
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