Exercise: Use grouping queries to calculate various statistics

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Category ==> Access 2010  (66 exercises)
Topic ==> Creating queries  (8 exercises)
Level ==> Average difficulty
Courses ==> Access Querying  /  Access Developers
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Create a query called Luvvies to show the number of characters in the Movies database for each film, and use this to show that The Return of the King had more character roles in the database than any other:

Number of actors by film

Lots of roles? Or just lots entered in this database?

Create another query called Luvvies 2 which shows how hard it is to get a good female role these days in film:

Male and female roles query

The glass ceiling in Hollywood?


Close down any queries you may have open.

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