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1/1/2007
Microsoft Access 223
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Crosstab and Union Queries, Query Wizards, Advanced Query Properties and Functions, SQL Primer, More.

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Keywords: access query crosstab union
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Comment from Alex Hedley @ 5/6/2010
Hi :)
Is there a way to make the Crosstab Query show in a Form or made into a Report or is it easier just to use Pivot Tables?
Alex


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Since the column headers will change in a crosstab query, you're better off using a PivotTable or PivotChart... unless you're SURE they're not going to change, then sure - build a form based on your crosstab query.
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Comment from Richard Rost @ 11/2/2009
No, a cartesian product is every record from table 1 paired up with every record from table 2. A many-to-many relationship is SPECIFIC records from table 1 joined to records from table 2 using a relationship specified in table 3.
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Comment from TBone @ 11/1/2009
Is a Cartesian Product the same as Many-To-Many?
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Crosstab Query Comment from Mimi Bailey @ 11/26/2008
Richard, Is it possible to build a crosstab query which would have more than 3 row headers.  The wizard constrains us to 3.  Is there a work around for this?  
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Comment from Elsa @ 11/14/2008
Thank you Richard,
I renamed the system.mdw file and that allowed me back into my database.  For now I will keep away from any security options.
Regards
Elsa
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Comment from Richard Rost @ 11/14/2008
Elsa, I have not covered Access User-Level Security in any of my tutorials as of yet (see my recent Blog post for reasons why). Depending on how "tight" you secured your database, there are a couple of things you can try. The easiest is just to create a new Workgroup file, or attach to the default System MDW file. If you didn't lock down all of your objects, that might work. You can also try importing your objects into a new blank database. If this doesn't help, contact me via the TechHelp page and I'll try to assist you further.
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Comment from  Elsa @ 11/11/2008
Hi Richard,
I played around with the security settings on my access database and now I locked myself out of my own database.  I can access the database from my colleague’s computer (without being prompted logon information) but not from my own.  Access prompts a logon message box on my computer but my password is being denied.  Do you discuss security options in future tutorials and if not, will you please help me with this issue?
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checkbox Comment from Richard Rost @ 9/19/2008
Joel, I'm not sure I understand your question. You want to click on a checkbox and change the value of a textbox? You can do that with an AfterUpdate event which I cover in Access 207 (as a macro) and Access 303 (as an Event Procedure).
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checkbox Comment from joel torres @ 9/18/2008
what is the procedure when you checked the checkbox a message will appear on the textbox on the form view?
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Comment from Richard Rost @ 5/24/2008
Walter, yes... but make sure you type it in as two words: "Is Null" not "IsNull". The latter is a function, like IsNull(FirstName), whereas in a Query paramter, you would type in "Is Null". Confusing, I know.
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Comment from Walter Pohle @ 5/16/2008
If you have missing data like address field can you put in IsNull in Criteria
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Comment from Richard Rost @ 2/28/2008
Use a FIND-DUPLICATES query. We learn about them in Access 223, lesson 4. If you then need to go back and delete some of those duplicate values, use a DELETE query from 222.
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Comment from  lehu @ 2/26/2008
what is the procedure for deduping table against another table?
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