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Excluding data from a query?

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This might be total newbie, and I apologize if it is, but it is making me insane.

I have a database with lots of tables, queries and reports (someone else made the database and I am now taking over and tweaking for customers).

Table contains student's grades, addresses, etc.
Customer wants an existing query to exclude all "w" grades.
The query uses several different tables, but the table containing grades is 'utbldefdata'.

Anyhow, in the query under grades (next to criteria) I write Not "w".
It runs once OK, but then I run it a second time and it shows me the 'w' grades again. Also, the word "Not" changes to "<>"

Any ideas?


Oct 6 '06 #1
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SELECT * FROM utbldefdata WHERE grades <> 'w'
Oct 6 '06 #2

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