I need some assistance with (potentially) a VBA function that **adds a unique ID number** to records. If records are alike (based on various demographics), the same new ID number must be replicated.
In other words, qryTable1 should be turned into a "Make Table" (and using the VBA function) and then add **8 records** with each alike record (based on [Name] and [Age] to the **new ID" field. Alternatively, qryTable2 should be turned into a "Make Table" (and using the VBA function) and then add **9 records** with each alike record (based on [Name] and [Age] and [Ethnicity] to the **new ID" field.
As a picture is worth a thousand words, I believe (hope) the additional information in the spreadsheet provides sufficient information.
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