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Access | Creating queries exercise | Criteria - films
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Open the database in the above folder.
Create a query showing all of the films which took more than $400,000,000 in 1998, and save this as HighGrossing1998. Your datasheet should look like this:
For the BoxOffice criteria, type in >400000000
Create another query showing all of the films released in the 1960s, and save this as SixtiesFilms.
Another way of saying this is to ask for all the films released on or after 1960 and before or during 1969.
Your answer should look like this:
The effects of inflation mean that most films are recent ones
Close down both queries and your database.