By Richard Rost 3 years ago
Combine Records from Multiple Tables
In this video, I'm going to show you how to use a Union Query to combine the results from two tables with similar fields, such as customers and employees, into one dataset.
Sara from Bar Harbor, Maine (a Platinum Member) asks: I've got a table for customers and a separate table for employees. Is there any way to join them together in a single query so that I can generate reports like mailing labels in one shot. Right now I have to do everything twice and have two separate reports for everything.
Members will see how to easily edit the records in a Union Query. The results from a Union Query are not updateable, but I will show you how to create a listbox and then edit the selected record with either a popup form or a subform.
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