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


SELECT     

GL7GRANTS.GL7GRANTSID, GL7GRANTS.DESCRIPTION, GL7PROJECTS.DESCRIPTION AS PROJECT, GL7GRANTPROJECTS.GL7PROJECTSID



FROM         

GL7GRANTS INNER JOIN TABLEENTRIES ON GL7GRANTS.TRANSACTIONCODEID = TABLEENTRIES.TABLEENTRIESID INNER JOIN GL7GRANTPROJECTS ON GL7GRANTS.GL7GRANTSID = GL7GRANTPROJECTS.GL7GRANTSID INNER JOIN GL7PROJECTS ON GL7GRANTPROJECTS.GL7PROJECTSID = GL7PROJECTS.GL7PROJECTSID

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