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?"
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