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Fields list, double-click the field name or select the field in the Available Fields list and click the single right arrow (>) If you change your mind about including a field, double-click it in the Selected Fields list or select it and click the left arrow (<) To add fields from another table, select the table (or query) from the Tables/Queries list box, and then select fields from the new list
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query result in the order you select them in the first dialog box You can change the order later in query Design view After you add all the fields you want in the query, click the Next button The second Simple Query Wizard dialog box gives you two options: Create a detail query with all the record data Create a summary query that calculates totals based on the field values When you choose to summarize field values, you need to specify the summary options in another dialog box, which is discussed later in the section Summarizing with the Wizard
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The wizard then skips this dialog box and takes you directly to the third and last dialog box In the final wizard dialog box, you enter a name for the query You also choose whether to view the information immediately or go to the query design window to make modifications to the query Let s try the Simple Query Wizard by building a list of current work orders and include information from both the Workorders and Bid Data tables
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Retrieving and Presenting Information
To create a Current Workorders query: 1 On the Create tab s Other group, click the Query Wizard command 2 Select Simple Query Wizard in the New Query dialog box and click OK 3 Select Table:Workorders from the Tables/Queries list box and use one of the methods previously discussed to move the Workorder Number, Supervisor, Material Cost, Labor Cost, and Description fields to the Selected Fields list 4 Select Table:Bid Data from the Tables/Queries list box and add the Address, Bid Number, and Principal fields to the Selected Fields list 5 Click Next and accept the Detail option, which shows every field of every record, and then click Next 6 Enter Current Workorders as the name for the new query and accept the default option to open the query to view information 7 Click Finish The query results appear in a datasheet showing only the eight fields you selected, but all the records (see Figure 8-2) The column widths are adjusted in the figure to show all the information The wizard has helped you with the basic query definition Now it s up to you to add the final touches, such as adding selection criteria to limit the records, changing the query and field properties, adding another table, specifying a sort order, or adding calculated fields
FIGURE 8-2
Viewing the results of the new select query
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Touring the Query Design Window
Like most Access objects, a query can be displayed in more than one view Tables, for example, can be viewed as a datasheet in which you re looking at the data in the table You can also look at the table in Design view to see the table structure and all the information about the fields, indexes, formats, and so on A query, like a table, can be viewed as a datasheet or a design The Datasheet view shows you the data that results when you run the query (refer to Figure 8-2) The Design view is where you can look at the query structure and make changes to the query design or even create a new one The third query view is the SQL view, which shows the SQL statements Access creates behind the scenes to implement the query The SQL view has no counterpart with table objects To switch to Design view, right-click the query document tab and choose Design View from the shortcut menu, or on the Design tab s Results group, click the View command and choose Design View from the context menu The query design window looks very similar to the Advanced Filter/Sort window with two sections:
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