Exercise: Pets update queries

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Category ==> Access 2010  (66 exercises)
Topic ==> Action queries  (7 exercises)
Level ==> Average difficulty
Course ==> Access Developers
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Create a query based on the Pet table that will update the gender of any Boy pet into a Man pet.  Save the query with the name UpdateBoysToMen.

Create query that will update all Girl pets to Woman pets.  Save the query with the name UpdateGirlsToWomen.

Create a query that updates the date of birth of all the owners so that they become a year older.  Save the query with the name UpdateOwnersAYearOlder.

Create a query that will reverse the changes made by the previous one.  Save the query with the name UpdateOwnersAYearYounger.

The database window should now have four new queries.

Access 2010 exercise - Action queries (image 1)

You should see these four new queries

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