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Microsoft Access Queries: 7 Basic Things to Know About MS Access Queries

Ms Access query

As I have mentioned before, Ms Access query is considered the most important object in your database. It’s the heart of the system and if you bypass it, there’s simply no life to your application! Just to put words into pictures, have a look at this simple diagram below (taken from one of my eBooks) You can see the above ‘Middle’ tier is a query which sits comfortably in the middle servicing all other key ‘Access‘ objects. Now imagine there were […]

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Update Query In MS Access – A Little Trick Using The Access VBA Immediate Window

Using Microsoft Access VBA

Here is one my free weekly tips (No. 86) for you that I wanted to share today because one particular client recently asked how you can disable warnings when using an Update query in MS Access? Within the application, you can in fact switch off the warning prompts when running one of the four ACTION queries which are used for many different data processing tasks including how to archive data by combining two or more types of queries. These options can […]

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