Excel 2007 Query Join Multiple Table & Show All Records From First Table

LaurindaS

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Hi,
I've generated a query with 4 tables which consists of 1 main table & 3 other tables that join to the main table.

I've joined all 3 tables to the main table & it works fine except for if 1 of the records from the other 3 tables is blank, then it doesn't show the record from the main table at all.


Would someone be able to help me so all of the records from the main table show up whether the record on the other 3 tables has data or is null?

Thanks in advance!
Laurinda
 

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LaurindaS

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I've looked more into this & I think it might have something to do with changing the join to a #3 , but when I attempt to change it, it gives me the following error message.

"Can't have outer joins if there are more than two tables in the query"

Does anyone know if there is a workaround on this?

Thanks,
Laurinda

 

LaurindaS

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I was looking more into this & I was wondering if there was a way to generate a criteria that has "Is Null" & "Is Not Null"? I'm hoping to try this as a work around on this issue.

 

LaurindaS

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Wondering if anyone has any ideas? Perhaps a different way to get the same information?

Thanks!
 

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