Chapter 11. Locating Specific Information
Chapter at a Glance
In this chapter, you will learn to:
Sort and filter information in a table.
Filter information by using a form.
Locate information that matches multiple criteria.
Create a query manually or by using a wizard.
Perform calculations by using a query.
A database is a repository for information. It might contain only a few records or thousands of records, stored in one table or multiple tables. No matter how much information a database contains, it is useful only if you can locate the information you need when you need it. In a small database you can find information simply by scrolling through ...
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