11. Creating Multitable and Crosstab Queries

You’ll only gain a return on your investment in this book and the time you devote to learning about Access if you take full advantage of Access’s relational database management capabilities. To do so, you must be able to link related tables based on key fields that have values in common—a process called joining tables. Chapter 9, “Designing Queries for Access Databases,” and Chapter 10, “Understanding Access Query Operators and Expressions,” showed you how to create simple queries based on a single table. If you tried the examples in Chapter 10, you generated a multiple-table query when you joined the Order Details table to the Orders table and the Customers table to create the query for testing expressions. ...

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