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Access Updated Query Using MAX

I'm using the following code and receive:

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UPDATE tblExcelProductivity INNER JOIN tblAdjDupGoals ON (tblExcelProductivity.FieldOffice = tblAdjDupGoals.FieldOffice) AND (tblExcelProductivity.FullName = tblAdjDupGoals.FullName) AND (tblExcelProductivity.Mnth = tblAdjDupGoals.Mnth) SET tblExcelProductivity.Goal = 0
WHERE (((tblExcelProductivity.Goal)=Max([tblExcelProductivity]![Goal])));

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PortletPaul

8/22/2022 - Mon
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