Peter Jason submitted this idea :
What I'd do would be to remove one output column at a time until the
query ran without error. That would be the column that was giving you
Another method would be to change the query to a Make Table query type,
and let access create the columns an data types. Compare this to your
production table and the column(s) in the new table that are not the
same data type as the your production table are the afformentioned ball
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