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Default TableAdapters in Visual Studio 2005

I have a report that I have created and have 5 or 6 tables that I need to use to populate the report. I need to do separate queries for each table. There is a way to add queries to a tableadapter but the problem is, I can't seem to be able to use but just one on my report. Does anyone know how I can configure the tableadapter or the report datasource so I can use more than one query(query results) at a time?

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