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  • 1. Sorting Databases Module 7 Lesson 2
  • 2. Sort
    • To arrange data in alphabetical or numerical order.
      • Ascending: Sorting data in alphabetical order from A-Z or numerical order from 0-9.
      • Descending: Sorting data the opposite of ascending order. (Z-A & 9-0)
  • 3. Sort Ascending by Rank Descending by Rank
  • 4. Sort Ascending by Rank Descending by Rank
  • 5. Sort Ascending by Rank Descending by Rank
  • 6. Primary/Secondary Sorts
    • Primary key: The field selected as the unique identifier for the database.(i.e. Student number)
    • Primary sort: The first field that a database is sorted on.
    • Secondary sort: The second field that a database is sorted on.
    Primary Key: Student No. Primary Sort: Last name (in Descending order) Secondary Sort: Age (in ascending order) 010 005 001 Student No. 10 16 Brown 8 14 Brown 6 12 Pate Grade Age Last Name
  • 7. Sorting in Access You can use the icons on the tool bar to sort your data. ascending descending
  • 8. Sorting in Access You can use the Advanced Sort. Record—Filter—Advanced Filter/Sort
  • 9. Sorting in Access Choose your field and your sort order
  • 10. Sorting in Access You can have a Primary Sort and Secondary Sorts
  • 11. Sorting in Access Apply your Sort: Filter—Apply Filter/Sort
  • 12. Sorting in Access View the results! Ascending by Name Descending by Age
  • 13. Video Demonstration Click the button for a brief video. A new website will open, be sure to return to this presentation.
  • 14.