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How can I do a full outer join?

I have two queries. The first returns a list of all the documentID and employeeID combos. The second returns a list of documentID and employeeID for what the employee is trained on. I'm using Access, and I was wondering how can I get it to do a full outer join on the two, so that I can get all the combos from the first query that don't exist in the combos of the second query?
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