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Using an Append Query to Add Records to a Table


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If you want to add a copy a bunch of records from one table to another, the best way to do it is with an Append Query. Whether you've just imported some new customer records, or a client gives you their product sheet in Excel, or anything along these lines, you can use an Append Query to get them into your existing Access tables. This video will show you how.

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