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Wildcard Search and LIKE
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Wildcard Searches with the LIKE Keyword


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Learn how to perform wildcard searches using the LIKE keyword and the special characters (*,?,#) in your Microsoft Access queries. In this example, I'll show you how to find email addresses at specific domains, like @gmail.com. 

Xavier from Bury St Edmunds, England (a Gold Member) asks: I need to create a report to show all of my customers who have email addresses in a few specific domains like Gmail and Yahoo. How can I do that?

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I'll show you how to search in a list or range of characters, exclude specific characters, and search for the actual wildcard characters inside your strings. 

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