4 votesAnonymous commented
Hi Alex, thanks for that and got it working. Now I have to go and undo everything :) Cheers Rod
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1 voteAnonymous commented
Hi Alex, its to avoid duplicates going in but also to go through the system and clean it out too. As the data came from a mess of a database I am sure there are quite a few in there already.
Updating the matches will be a problem as our existing records will hold different data so we would not want that overwritten and notes from the other database mixed in with ours.
I was hoping for an option like the Access Find Duplicates query where the results are laid out one on top of the other then you can manually decide how to handle the merge.