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Hi. I realize that my quetions may seem alittle slow compared to
everyone else's, but I need some help. I'm new to working with Access
and really could use some help with working with queries. I know some
of the things I need to do, but have really never had to do anything on
a large scale. I have created my own database before, but it was only
for personal use. I'm trying to secure a position as a Database
Administrator Assistant and need a crash course on queries. Forms,
Tables, and Reports are easy but because I didn't really work that much
with queries, I've hit a snag. Can someone help me? Thanks.

Jun 2 '06 #1
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Details? You don't need all the prefatory material. Post your SQL, state
your problem, and see what happens.

Meanwhile, if you're not under way at all yet, try starting here:

Office 2003 Training:

http://office.microsoft.com/en-us/tr...829401033.aspx

Queries, within Office 2003 Training:

http://office.microsoft.com/training...RC010776611033

Sadly the help available from within Access, though ultimately fairly
complete, is poorly indexed, organized and presented, IMO. YOu can find
good stuff in it, if you're resolute and get handy with searching. That
works better after you have some idea what you're looking for. Ah, but you
should have see the help back in Access 2.0...
Jun 2 '06 #2

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Rick Wannall wrote:
Details? You don't need all the prefatory material. Post your SQL, state
your problem, and see what happens.

Meanwhile, if you're not under way at all yet, try starting here:

Office 2003 Training:

http://office.microsoft.com/en-us/tr...829401033.aspx

Queries, within Office 2003 Training:

http://office.microsoft.com/training...RC010776611033

Sadly the help available from within Access, though ultimately fairly
complete, is poorly indexed, organized and presented, IMO. YOu can find
good stuff in it, if you're resolute and get handy with searching. That
works better after you have some idea what you're looking for. Ah, but you
should have see the help back in Access 2.0...

Thank You.

Jun 2 '06 #3

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Rick Wannall wrote:
Details? You don't need all the prefatory material. Post your SQL, state
your problem, and see what happens.

Meanwhile, if you're not under way at all yet, try starting here:

Office 2003 Training:

http://office.microsoft.com/en-us/tr...829401033.aspx

Queries, within Office 2003 Training:

http://office.microsoft.com/training...RC010776611033

Sadly the help available from within Access, though ultimately fairly
complete, is poorly indexed, organized and presented, IMO. YOu can find
good stuff in it, if you're resolute and get handy with searching. That
works better after you have some idea what you're looking for. Ah, but you
should have see the help back in Access 2.0...

Thank You.

Jun 2 '06 #4

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