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Update Queries
By Richard Rost   Richard Rost on Twitter Richard Rost on LinkedIn Email Richard Rost   7 months ago

How to Create Update Queries in Microsoft Access


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In this video, I will show you how to create Update Queries. You will learn how to fix the values in one table, and I will show you how to update values based on records in a different table. 

Bruce in Jacksonville FL (a Gold Member) asks: My customer table is all a mess. I didn't properly design it from the beginning, and now I've got all kinds of crazy data in it that I need to fix. For example, in the State field people have typed: New York, NY, N.Y., and so on. How can I fix this quickly and easily?

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I'll show you how to update product pricing in your database based on information given to you by your vendor. You will see how to review products with different prices, see discontinued items, and add new items with an append query.

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Update Queries are covered in more detail in Access Expert 13.

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Maggie Magagna 
42 days ago
Suggestion: You could just throw a Save As icon on your QAT. I have mine to the far left with a separator bar in between it & the Save icon so I don't select it accidently. Or you could do it the "long" way by going to
File--> Save As--> Save Object As--> Save the current database object as a new object.
Richard Rost
39 days ago
Thanks for the tip! :)
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