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Access | Creating queries exercise | Sorting billiionaires
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Open the database in the above folder.
Use sorting in queries to satisfy yourself that:
- Saleh Bin Abdul Aziz Al Rajhi is the oldest billionaire in the list of billionaires
- Abdul Aziz Al Ghurair & family are the first in alphabetical order
Close down any queries that you have created without saving them.
Create a query which lists the billionaires in order of date of birth. Why doesn't this work?
This quite clearly is not correct
Save this query as DodgyDates, then close it down.