Note: This code is written and intended for use in Microsoft Access and will not work in the SQL Server Query Analyzer.

SELECT dbo_SPECIAL_EVENT.ID, dbo_RECORDS.FIRST_NAME, dbo_RECORDS.LAST_NAME, dbo_RECORDS.ORG_NAME, dbo_TABLEENTRIES.LONGDESCRIPTION, dbo_ParticipantFees.NumUnits, dbo_ParticipantFees.GiftAmount, dbo_ParticipantFees.ReceiptAmount

FROM ((((dbo_Participants INNER JOIN dbo_SPECIAL_EVENT ON dbo_Participants.EventID = dbo_SPECIAL_EVENT.ID) INNER JOIN dbo_RECORDS ON dbo_Participants.RecordsID = dbo_RECORDS.ID) LEFT JOIN dbo_ParticipantFees ON dbo_Participants.ID = dbo_ParticipantFees.ParticipantsID) LEFT JOIN dbo_EventPrices ON dbo_ParticipantFees.EventPricesID = dbo_EventPrices.ID) LEFT JOIN dbo_TABLEENTRIES ON dbo_EventPrices.Unit = dbo_TABLEENTRIES.TABLEENTRIESID


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