By Richard Rost 4 years ago
How to use Criteria in your Microsoft Access Queries?
In this video, I'll show you how to use criteria to set up a query in Microsoft Access to display exactly the information you want.
Jennifer from Mississippi (a Gold Member) asks, "I'm brand new to Access. I set up my customer list, but I need to see a list of people who are in Florida and have been customers for at least 30 days. How can I do that?"
I'll show you how to specify OR conditions in queries (like show me all the customers who are from Florida OR have been customers at least 30 days), how to list all the birthdays / anniversaries this month, and how to use parameter queries to allow the user to type in the state when the query runs.
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