Exercise: Expressions: pets - concatenating fields

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Category ==> Access 2010  (66 exercises)
Topic ==> Advanced queries  (16 exercises)
Level ==> Average difficulty
Courses ==> Access Querying  /  Access Developers
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Create a new query based on the Pet and Owner tables, which shows the PetName field and the OwnerName field:

Access 2010 exercise - Advanced queries (image 1)

Initially the query will contain just two fields

Amend your query so that it also shows a phrase similar to the example below:

Access 2010 exercise - Advanced queries (image 2)

Don't forget to include spaces

You can use & to join two bits of text together - for example, "Wise" & "Owl" would equal WiseOwl.

Save this query as expressionWhoOwnsWho, then close it and your database down.

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