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After you select all the fields, click Next.

If the wizard can determine the relationships between the tables you selected, a window appears. If you don’t see the window, not to worry. Access just wants you to name the query instead. Skip the next step.

If you include fields from two tables that aren’t related, a warning dialog box appears. The dialog box reminds you that all the selected tables must be related before you can run your query — and suggests that you correct the problem before continuing.

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