Access exercises on CREATING QUERIES

This page lists the 8 exercises about Creating queries in Access on our website:

Software: Access
Version: Access 2010 and later
Topic: Creating queries
Level: Relatively easy
Courses: Access QueryingAccess Developers
Exercise: Creating various queries filtering out certain films.

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Software: Access
Version: Access 2010 and later
Topic: Creating queries
Level: Relatively easy
Courses: Access QueryingAccess Developers
Exercise: Create various queries sorting billionaires into different orders.

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Software: Access
Version: Access 2010 and later
Topic: Creating queries
Level: Relatively easy
Courses: Access QueryingAccess Developers
Exercise: Create a query sorting films into order by year and title.

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Software: Access
Version: Access 2010 and later
Topic: Creating queries
Level: Average difficulty
Courses: Access QueryingAccess Developers
Exercise: Creating queries with complex criteria to pick out some companies from the list of the biggest ones in the world.

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Software: Access
Version: Access 2010 and later
Topic: Creating queries
Level: Average difficulty
Courses: Access QueryingAccess Developers
Exercise: Creating queries to filter out certain songs from a table.

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Software: Access
Version: Access 2010 and later
Topic: Creating queries
Level: Average difficulty
Courses: Access QueryingAccess Developers
Exercise: Group a query to show number of roles per actor or film.

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Software: Access
Version: Access 2010 and later
Topic: Creating queries
Level: Harder than average
Courses: Access QueryingAccess Developers
Exercise: Practise more advanced sorting and filtering using actors table.

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Software: Access
Version: Access 2010 and later
Topic: Creating queries
Level: Harder than average
Courses: Access QueryingAccess Developers
Exercise: Use Access to select records based on date ranges.

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