Access | Crosstab queries exercise | Crosstab films by year and size

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Software ==> Access  (66 exercises)
Version ==> Access 2010 and later
Topic ==> Crosstab queries  (4 exercises)
Level ==> Average difficulty
Subject ==> Access training
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Create an expression query to divide films by size:

  • Anything with a box office of more than 500,000,000 is a BlockBuster;
  • Anything else is just Big.

Save this first query with the name CrosstabBasis.

Access 2010 exercise - Crosstab queries (image 1)

Your first query should look like this

Create a crosstab query based on the first one which shows all the films by size and year.

Access 2010 exercise - Crosstab queries (image 2)

The most recent films are shown first

Save this query as FilmsBySize, then close it down.

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