Exercise: Sorting films data

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Category ==> Access 2010  (66 exercises)
Topic ==> Creating queries  (8 exercises)
Level ==> Relatively easy
Courses ==> Access Querying  /  Access Developers
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Open the database in the above folder.

Create a query which shows the films in the following order:

  • With the most recent films first; and
  • Where there are two or more films for the same year, sort these into alphabetical order.

Your final answer should look like this:

Access 2010 exercise - Creating queries (image 1)

The 2006 films, for example, are subsorted alphabetically

Save this query as FilmsOrdered, then close it down.

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