Last 4 Digits Of SSN

I have a database that uses the SSN as the primary key, but only the last 4 digits of the SSN need to be shown on the reports that are generated. I can't figure out how to use the Left function to extract only the last 4 digits. For example if a SSN were: 123-45-6789 I would want the field to read ***-**-6789, or just 6789 whichever is easiest. I would appreciate any help that could be given.



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I need to pull only the last 4 digits of the SSN. How do I do that in my query?

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I am writing a very very simple query to identify postal codes from a list of addresses. The table containing the data has a field called POSTAL_CODE.

I need to exclude the last three digits of this postal code so as to only show the first 2,3,4 digits.

Example would be simple by having a query just showing the first few digits like this Left$([POSTAL_CODE],4) for example, however that will not show correctly for SK6 5LP and M2 4DJ and SK12 8LY.

I have either 2, 3, 4 digits I will need. All that is sure is - I do not want to see the last three digits. Identifying the last three is of course simple, but I cannot exclude them. Tried this

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However does not work because these are numbers and letters.

Probably a simple one, can someone please help - perhaps a query that sounds like this : show all but not Right$([POSTAL_CODE],3)

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and then ([POSTAL_CODE]-[LAST_THREE])

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