Just like it sounds, a multiple-table query blends together information from two or more related tables. The main difference between a multiple-table query and a single-table query is that with multiple-table queries, Access creates a link between related tables.
- Click the Create tab on the ribbon.
- Click the Query Design button.
- Double-click the tables or queries you want to use and click Close.
If two tables are related, Access will automatically connect their common fields with a join line. If the tables aren't related you will have to manually join the tables by dragging a field from one table's field list to the matching field in the other table's field list.
- If necessary, join the fields between tables.
To remove a join line, click the join line and press Delete.
- Double-click each field you want to include in the query.
You can also add fields to a query by dragging the field from the field list onto the design grid.
Next you need to specify any criteria for the query.
- Enter any search criteria for the field.
- Click the Save button.
- Enter a name for the query, and click OK.
- Click the Run button.
Access displays the results of the query.
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