Thanks for the reply.
SELECT tProjectNeed.ProjectID, Projects.[Project Number], Projects.[Project Desc], tProjectNeed.NeedID, tProjectNeed.ID
FROM Projects INNER JOIN tProjectNeed ON Projects.[ID] = tProjectNeed.[ProjectID];
What would you like to know about the tables?
My apologies for not including the prior conversation in my last post. I thought I had, but I'm having a bear of a time using Yahoo groups on my mobile device.
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It would help to see the SQL of your query and the structure of your tables.
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