How To Create a Microsoft Access Query

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A Microsoft Access query is a powerful tool for asking questions and getting answers from your database.

A Microsoft Access query is a powerful tool for asking questions and getting answers from your database.

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  • 1. Create an MS Access query
    Become an MS Access Power Master
    http://access-databases.com/ms-access-tutorial/
  • 2. At the ribbon, click on the create tab and then select the query design button
  • 3. Click on each table you wish to add to the query and click the add button
  • 4. If you created relationships between the tables then they will be automatically linked together now
  • 5. In each table double click each field name to add to the grid
  • 6. Now click the run button to execute the query
  • 7. The results will be shown in a grid like format
  • 8. You can also filter data based on criteria. Here I tell it to give me all orders for the company called ‘LINO-Delicatese’ where the order quantity was less than 5
  • 9. Now only one record is returned
  • 10. For more information please click on the banner below