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1 Lesson Notes Author: Pamela Schmidt Joins Joins dictate how two tables or queries relate to each other. Click on the join line with the right mouse button to access the Join Properties. Inner Joins An Inner Join displays only the records from table one that have matching records in table two. Outer Joins An outer join will display all the fields from one table and any matching fields in the second table. There are two types of Outer Joins, Left and Right. Note: this does not refer to the way they are displayed in the relationship screen. An Outer Join will display an arrow on the Join Line. 1

2 Cartesian Product Query A Cartesian Product Query or Cross Product Query creates a list of every possible combination of two tables or queries that do not have a join. 2

3 Calculations Calculations can be done in a query by creating a new field name in the query. Note: this field will be for display only, the information will not be stored back into the table. Give the field a name followed by a colon. Put field names in the square brackets. Symbols for math ^ = powers * = multiply / = division + = additions - = subtraction Parenthesis can be used in the equation. Order of Operation 1. Parenthesis 2. Powers 3. Multiplication and Division 4. Addition and Subtraction 5+3*2 = 11 (5+3)*2 = 16 3

4 Grouping Grouping allows the calculation by groups within a query. Use the Total tool to display the total line where Group by or calculations can be done on a field. Top Values A query can be made to only show the top or bottom values. Sort the field holding the values. Ascending will display the lowest values. Descending will display the highest values. Use the Top Value tool on the toolbar to select the quantity of values to display. If the desired value is not listed, it may be typed into the tool. 4

5 Functions Weekday («number») Returns the number of the day of the week for the date. Round («number», «precision») Returns the round of a number. The Precision is the desired number of decimal places. Len («stringexpr») Returns the number of characters in a string. IsNull («varexpr») Returns -1 if field is empty or 0 if the field has data. 5

6 iif («expr», «truepart», «falsepart») The iif function is used to give MS Access instructions based on a true/false question. The iif function has three parts. 1. The test 2. What MS Access should do if it is True 3. What MS Access should do if it is False iif Function combined with another function The iif function can be combined with other functions as part or all of one of the three sections. Compound iif An iif Function can be put inside another iif function. The second iif function must still have all three parts. 6

7 Concatenate Fields To combine two fields such as first and last name concatenation is need. To concatenate two fields into one, create a new field in the query. The New field name is followed by a colon. Each field name to concatenate is put in square brackets. Use an & to actually concatenate the fields. Put additional text in quotes. ie the space between first and last name or the comma and space between City and State [City]&, &[State] 7

8 Make Table Query A Make Table Query creates a new table copying data from an existing table based on criteria. To create an Make Table Query, first create a simple query with the criteria desired. Check the query to verify it is pulling the desired records. From the menu choose Query, Make Table Query. A dialog box will appear. Enter the name of the table to be created. To run the make table query: from the design view, choose the run button on the toolbar from a closed query, open the query. A message will appear indicating that the query will create a new table and the number of rows in the table.. 8

9 Append Query An Append Query adds records to a table copying data from an existing table based on criteria. To create an Append Query, first create a simple query with the criteria desired. Check the query to verify it is pulling the desired records. From the menu choose Query, Append Query. A dialog box will appear. Enter the name of the table to be appended. To run the append table query: from the design view, choose the run button on the toolbar from a closed query, open the query. A message will appear indicating that the query will append rows to a table and the number of rows to be added. 9

10 Delete Query A Delete Query removes records from a table based on criteria. To create a Delete Query, first create a simple query with the criteria desired. Check the query to verify it is pulling the desired records. From the menu choose Query, Delete Query. To run the delete query: from the design view, choose the run button on the toolbar from a closed query, open the query. A message will appear indicating that the query will delete rows in the table and the number of rows to be deleted. 10

11 Update Query An Update Query allows information to be changed throughout a table based on criteria. To create an Update Query, first create a simple query with the criteria desired. Check the query to verify it is pulling the desired records. From the menu choose Query, Update Query. The Update To line will appear in the design grid. Enter the update value. Note: When the query is switched to the datasheet view, only the field to be updated will appear. To run the update query: from the design view, choose the run button on the toolbar from a closed query, open the query. A message will appear indicating that the query will update the table. 11

12 Crosstab Query A Crosstab Query is used to create a view of data in a compact form. To create a Crosstab Query, create a new query using the Crosstab Query Wizard. The wizard will start prompting for the information needed to create the query. Choose the table or query upon which the query is to be based. Choose the fields to be used for the row headings, then choose the fields for the column headings. Choose the field for the calculation, and the type of calculation. 12

13 Find Unmatched Query A Find Unmatched Query checks the records of one table/query against another looking for unmatched records. To create a Find Unmatched Query, create a new query using the Find Unmatched Query Wizard. The wizard will start prompting for the information needed to create the query. Choose the table or query that has the records that may not have matches in the next table or query selected. Choose the table or query that has the records that the first table should be matching. Choose the field(s) that should match. Choose the field(s) that are to display if an unmatched is found. 13

14 Find Duplicate Query A Find Duplicate Query checks the records of one table/query against another looking for duplicate records. To create a Find Duplicate Query, create a new query using the Find Duplicate Query Wizard. The wizard will start prompting for the information needed to create the query. Choose the table or query that may have duplicates. Choose the fields that are to be checked for duplicates. Choose the fields to display if a duplicate is found. 14

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