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Query Description Entry

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Hi:

I see that there is a column for Query Description when I open the query window.

For the life of me I cant find in the Manual, or in the Access Help, any advice on how to
record the descriptions. Could someone outline the procedure please? I would love to use
this so I could make the query names as short as possible!

Regards

John Baker
Nov 12 '05 #1
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Hi:

I see that there is a column for Query Description when I open the query window.
For the life of me I cant find in the Manual, or in the Access Help, any advice on how to record the descriptions. Could someone outline the procedure please? I would love to use this so I could make the query names as short as possible!


Right-Click - Properties.
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John Baker <Ba******@Verizon.net> wrote in
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Hi:

I see that there is a column for Query Description when I open
the query window.

For the life of me I cant find in the Manual, or in the Access
Help, any advice on how to record the descriptions. Could
someone outline the procedure please? I would love to use this
so I could make the query names as short as possible!

Regards

John Baker


From memory: Right-click on the query name. Select properties on
the popup. Enter description.

That's all.

Bob
Nov 12 '05 #3

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John Baker previously wrote:
Hi:

I see that there is a column for Query Description when I open the
query window.

For the life of me I cant find in the Manual, or in the Access Help,
any advice on how to
record the descriptions. Could someone outline the procedure please? I
would love to use
this so I could make the query names as short as possible!


Right-click the query name and select Properties.

Regards

Peter Russell
Nov 12 '05 #4

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Thanks..again
Nov 12 '05 #5

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right click on your query, select property and type in the description

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