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Select the fields from that table for your query.

For each field you want included in your query, click the name of the table or query to include in this query, and in the Available Fields list, double-click each field from this table or query that you want to include in the query you’re creating.

If you add the wrong field, just double-click it in the Selected Fields list. It will go back home. If you just want to start all over, click the double-left chevron (that’s what you call the symbol that looks like a less-than sign) and all the selected fields go away.

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