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I 'm trying to create a query in Access 2003 and my question is how can I create a query to pull Top 10 records based on Sales Revenue

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Oct 6 '06 #1
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Use the TOP predicate in your query. You will find it in the Queries properties. Here is an example taken from the help file.

SELECT TOP 25 FirstName AS Expr1, LastName AS Expr2
FROM Students
WHERE ((([GraduationYear])=1994))
ORDER BY GradePointAverage DESC;
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