Access | Joins exercise | Credit control - discrepancies

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Software ==> Access  (66 exercises)
Version ==> Access 2010 and later
Topic ==> Joins  (4 exercises)
Level ==> Harder than average
Subject ==> Access training
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Create a new database called Credit Control 2.mdb.

Import data from the Excel file in the folder shown above to create 2 new tables:

  • AgedDebt, holding the outstanding debt figures by account number; and
  • Accounts, showing details for each account

Create a query using ad hoc joins to show that there are two groups in the Accounts table with no corresponding AgedDebt figures:

Access 2010 exercise - Joins (image 1)

The two groups not referenced

Create a separate query showing that there are 3 accounts with aged debt information which do not have corresponding entries in the Accounts table:

Access 2010 exercise - Joins (image 2)

The three accounts not referenced in the other table

Close your queries and database down.

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