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



SELECT

dbo_EA7ACADEMICYEARS.DESCRIPTION, dbo_EA7COURSES.COURSEID,

dbo_TABLEENTRIES.DESCRIPTION as GPA, dbo_EA7COURSEGPAWEIGHTS.WEIGHT

FROM

((dbo_EA7COURSES INNER JOIN (dbo_EA7COURSEGRADINGINFO INNER JOIN

dbo_EA7ACADEMICYEARS ON

dbo_EA7COURSEGRADINGINFO.EA7ACADEMICYEARSID = dbo_EA7ACADEMICYEARS.EA7ACADEMICYEARSID) ON

dbo_EA7COURSES.EA7COURSESID = dbo_EA7COURSEGRADINGINFO.EA7COURSESID) INNER JOIN

dbo_EA7COURSEGPAWEIGHTS ON

dbo_EA7COURSEGRADINGINFO.EA7COURSEGRADINGINFOID = dbo_EA7COURSEGPAWEIGHTS.EA7COURSEGRADINGINFOID)

INNER JOIN dbo_TABLEENTRIES ON dbo_EA7COURSEGPAWEIGHTS.GPA = dbo_TABLEENTRIES.TABLEENTRIESID

WHERE

(((dbo_EA7COURSES.COURSEID)="PEHL 120"));

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