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Hide a Query Field in Access: Overview             You can easily hide a query field in Access. Sometimes when you create queries, you need to add a field to the QBE grid for criteria purposes only. In this case, you don’t want the field itself to appear in the result set. Having additional fields appear

Sort a Query in Access: Overview             You can sort a query in Access by any field within the QBE grid when viewing the query in design view. To sort a query in Access when in design view, select the field in the QBE Grid by which to sort the result set. Then click into

Run a Query in Access: Overview             You can run a query in Access when using query design view. To do this, click the “Design” tab of the “Query Tools” contextual tab within the Ribbon. Then click the “Run” button in the “Results” button group.             If the results are not what you expected, you

Wildcard Characters in Access: Overview             You can use wildcard characters in Access to add an additional level of flexibility to your query criteria. Wildcard characters within query criteria in Access represent unknown values. The asterisk “*” and the question mark “?” are the two main wildcard characters in Access

Aggregate Function Queries in Access: Overview             You can create aggregate function queries in Access that perform a mathematical function on another grouped field in a query. Aggregate function queries in Access are usually shorter queries often used for summary totals in reporting.             For example, if you want to know the sum of sales

For the complete tutorial, click here.             Delete Queries You can use a delete query to delete records in a table based on specified criteria. Deleting unnecessary records will speed up the performance of queries, reduce redundancies, and make for more smoothly operating databases. When you run a delete query,

Using the Simple Query Wizard You use a query to answer a question that you have about the information stored in the database tables. You can then further analyze the results that the queries pull to produce even more information than the query itself displays. Reports are often based on query results, upon which they