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Create ONE query which will

Ask for and accept a maximum price from the user, with the cue "Please type in your maximum price"

hi and thanks for every reply

ill be glad if someone tells how to create such a thing using query in access

thanks
Sep 18 '07 #1
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Scott Price
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Create ONE query which will

Ask for and accept a maximum price from the user, with the cue "Please type in your maximum price"

hi and thanks for every reply

ill be glad if someone tells how to create such a thing using query in access

thanks
This sounds suspiciously like a homework problem!

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Then when you are ready post a new question in this thread.

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Scott
Sep 18 '07 #2

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yes it is a btec work no lie on that

i wouldnt like for other people to do my work as well because i want to learn. the problem i have in the question i don't understand it

can this be done with the query. i know simple query stuff.

if anyone can tell me what i should read and learn to this i would be greatfull

thanks for reply :-)
Sep 18 '07 #3

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yes it is a btec work no lie on that

i wouldnt like for other people to do my work as well because i want to learn. the problem i have in the question i don't understand it

can this be done with the query. i know simple query stuff.

if anyone can tell me what i should read and learn to this i would be greatfull

thanks for reply :-)
Ugurmurat,
If you go to the MS Access help and search "Parameter Query" it will give you a list of help topics that may be of use to you. I think that the following link from the MS Access help will be beneficial to you. MS Access Help Topic
After viewing this tutorial and the other help topics, if you are experiencing any specific difficulties, post what you have tried and your results, and we will see what we can do to help you.
Sep 18 '07 #4

Scott Price
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Yes it is possible!

Start with a SELECT query, and work from there. Basically you are looking for a parameterized select query. Do some searching on that and see what you turn up. Good luck on the course.

Regards,
Scott
Sep 18 '07 #5

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Thank you for all the reply i appreciate.

:-)
Sep 18 '07 #6

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