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Default what is the criteria to get one record

Kindly advise how to state criteria if I want to set query to run a record from a table which contains the same field many times.
e.g. a company name appear serveral times, how can extract once only.

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you can use distinctrow in access or distinct in SQL

SELECT DISTINCTROW CompanyName
FROM Customers INNER JOIN Orders
ON Customers.CustomerID = Orders.CustomerID
ORDER BY CompanyName;

Syntax
SELECT [ALL | DISTINCT | DISTINCTROW | [TOP n [PERCENT]]]
FROM table

A SELECT statement containing these predicates has the following parts:



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