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there are 3 columns into 1 in my Access DB which I want to combine without loosing any data. can you please tell me an easy way to do it I have to show it to an elderly person Thanks

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Your question is a little confusing. What does this have to do with an elderly person? Can you tell us what type of data (text, date/time, memo, number, yes/no) is in the 3 columns you want to combine into one? Are you trying to merge the data into one field for each record or create a new record for each row of data? – CharlieRB Nov 15 '12 at 20:43
Select [A], [B], [C], [A] & [B] & [C] AS CombinedValues from [Table1] – wbeard52 Jul 27 '13 at 4:07

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