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  1. #1
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    Unanswered: Issue with Multiple Join and doing comparision

    Hi,
    I am using two MS Access tables with multiple field comparision to find out which record does not match in other table. I have attached Design of the query and result which shows incorrect result for the record where both side of the field values are blank. I was wondering how do I handle such DO NOT MATCH comparision query when some of the field has Blank values on both sides ?

    Please see attached word document so see the design.
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    If with "Blank" you mean Null, try using Nz(InternalCharTo,"")
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    Can't view the doc
    But wouldn't it be the not match data would be null there for only show me the null values
    hope this help

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sinndho View Post
    If with "Blank" you mean Null, try using Nz(InternalCharTo,"")
    Thanks...NZ function did it..Great Help

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    You're welcome!
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