Concatenate two fields in a query in Access 2007

In Access 2007, I have a database and I need to know how to concatenate two fields when creating a query. I need to be able to see these two concatenated fields in my query result set.

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Concatenate two fields in a query in Access 2003
In Access 2003/XP/2000/97, I have a database and I need to know how to concatenate two fields when creating a query. I need to be able to see these two concatenated fields in my query result set.


can you concatenate in Access?
I realize after much importing/data entry that we need to concatenate two first name and last name columns, and bottom line, turn four columns into two. In Excel, it's easy, just concatenate and replace what you need.

Can this be done in Access? Or would I have to export it all out into Excel (although I've got 2007, it is a VERY large file), concatenate there then upload itall?


Concatenate first name and last name fields with a space in the middle in Access 2007
how can I concatenate the first name and last name fields with a space in the middle?


Query to concatenate fields and then insert into existing table
I have a table that has FirstName and LastName in it. I would like to concatenate them to be FullName and then copy the FullName field into a table. I am able to succesfully concatenate using SELECT FirstName & LastName AS FullName but cannot figure out how to reference the query results and INSERT them into tblEmployees.

I've looked at DLookup a bit but im not sure that is the correct route to go.


Create queries for a new Access 2007 database
Learn how to create queries. In Access 2007, you use queries to extract data from your database, and to provide data for forms and reports.
After completing this course you will be able to:
1)Use the Query Designer to create a select query that returns data from a single table.
2)Create a select query that asks you to enter parameters, then returns results that match those parameters.
3)Use a formula in a query to calculate a sum.
4)Use the Query Wizard to create a select query that returns data from two tables.
5)Use a text expression to concatenate fields.


Concatenation to blank fields
I have this expressions in a query - if seems if some of he fields are blank it does not concatenate the other fields - how do I get them to concatenate if there are blank fields?

ReportDesc: [KaratWeight]+" "+[Description]+" "+[Size]+" "+[TypeOfLeaf]+" "+[GramWeight]+" "+[Classification]


concatenate records in the same field
Strange question, I know, but just curious to know if it's possible to do it.

In my query I have a column where I can concatenate two fields:

ValidationReference: [City] & " " & "|" & " " & [Postocode]

However, If I wanted to concatenate data in just one field, say, [Postcode], how would I go about doing this?

So it would look something like this:

Column 1 | Column 2
London | Postcode 1 | Postcode 2 | Postcode 3

Ideally I would like to accomplish this in query design


Concatenate a string
Can Someone Please help.
I want to Concatenate in my Query a textBox the CL-No's by WorkOrder and by DrawingNo.
I have a query with WorkOrder, DrawingNo, ClosureWeldNo, and some other stuff.
For this Query I have 2 tables - 1 is WorkOrder tbl (With WorkOrder in) and The other is Welds tbl (With DrawingNo And ClosureWeldNo).

I am using Duane Hookom's Concatenate Module.

I am using this right now in my query
CL-No:Concatenate("SELECT DISTINCT[ClosureWeldNo] FROM [Welds tbl] WHERE WorkOrderID =" & [Welds tbl].[WorkOrderID])

It Concatenates by the WorkOrder But I want It to Concatenate by DrawingNo and WorkOrder. (I may have up to 5 drawings in each WorkOrder).

I am not sure how to ad this extra statement by DrawingNo into this


Moving from Access 2010 to Access 2007 (Calculated date fields and queries)
Right, I now have to develop in Access 2007 environment and I am kind of stuck.

In Access 2010 you can have calculated fields in tables. I created Calculated fields to autocalculate the month name from dates and then I use that fields easily in the Query wizard.

Now that Access 2007 doesn't support Calculated fields how should I tackle this problem? Specifically how do I create a query that is able to group results into months from a date field


concatenate rows from same column
does anybody know how to concatenate two rows from same column where second row length is smaller then first row length.
I want to concatenate them and insert it to new column like

column1
xxxxxxxxxxxxx
yyyy
zzzzzzzzzzzzzzz
qqqqq
vvvvvvvvvvvvvvv
ssssss

where result of column 2 would be
xxxxxxxxxxxxyyyyyy
zzzzzzzzzzzzzzzqqqqq
vvvvvvvvvvvvvvssssss

I would really appreciate if someone could help me. I know that I can do it by exporting it to excel and do simple concatenate formula and back import it again, but I want to do it in access, but I cannot find on internet anything that could help me.


Concatenate first name and last name fields with a space in the middle
In Access 2003/XP/2000/97, how can I concatenate the first name and last name fields with a space in the middle?


Concatenate fields even if there is no value?
I'm trying to concatenate 4 values. So, for instance, I have:

PartNumberLong: [BuildingName]&"."&[DivisionName]&"."&[PartName]&"."&[FinishName]

The query returns records just fine. However, in some cases, I have not yet defined the [FinishName] for that particular part. In which case, the query returns no results. I do get results if I leave [PartName] blank though.
Is there something I can stick into the criteria to return all parts regardless of the blank fields?


Concatenate fields with a common value
I'm trying to group different records with the same key value. Let me show you an example:

ID / Person ID / Title
1 / 1 / Title 1
2 / 1 / Title 2
3 / 1 / Title 3
4 / 2 / Title 4
5 / 2 / Title 5

I want to build a query that would concatenate the field Title based on Person ID:

Person ID / Title
1 / Title1, Title 2, Title 3
2 / Title 4, Title


Concatenate
I have the following two fields in a query: [Alias] and [Auditor].

I want to concatenate so the results equal: Smith, John (AAAA). Smith, John comes from [Auditor] and (AAAA) comes from [Alias].

I'm currently using the following concatenation string: EnteredBy: [Auditor] & " " & [Alias], which produces Smith, John AAAA.

How do I change the concatenate string to show parentheses around [Alias]? Is this possible? I can't find examples anywhere.


Concatenating a COLUMN of data from a Subform Query to a Field in Parent form.
Is there a way to concatenate a COLUMN of data from every record in a Subform (that is based off a Query) to a Field in parent form after a button is pressed?

Really, I just don't know how to concatenate a column instead of fields one record.


Concatenating a COLUMN of data from a Subform Query to a Field in Parent form.
Is there a way to concatenate a COLUMN of data from every record in a Subform (that is based off a Query) to a Field in parent form after a button is pressed?

Really, I just don't know how to concatenate a column instead of fields one record.


Smart Search multiple fields?
not sure if this belongs in the programming section or query section.

If I wanted my searchbox to be able to search not only individual fields but also combinations of those fields together, would that involve using concatenation on a SQL query of the fields?

For instance:

Right now I have 3 fields: First Name, Last Name, Phone #

Right now I can search for "James" and find all the James' in my table.
However, if I search for "James Brown", I want to be able to find him.but that uses 2 different fields. What should I look at to do this? Having the SQL query concatenate the First and Last name fields together


Smart Search multiple fields?
Not sure if this belongs in the programming section or query section.

If I wanted my searchbox to be able to search not only individual fields but also combinations of those fields together, would that involve using concatenation on a SQL query of the fields?

For instance:

Right now I have 3 fields: First Name, Last Name, Phone #

Right now I can search for "James" and find all the James' in my table. However, if I search for "James Brown", I want to be able to find him.but that uses 2 different fields. What should I look at to do this? Having the SQL query concatenate the First and Last name fields together?


query error too many fields access 2007
I need to prepare a report in access 2007 with the help of joining three tables where each table contain around 150 fields but even the join of two table results error that too many fields defined.

in this situation I can't even think of joining third table.
access 2007,window7 or xp same problem

I also want to add that all fields are unique in both tables


Use the Access 2007 Query Wizard
The Access 2007 query wizard allows you to create queries without using Structured Query Language (SQL), the language normally used to retrieve data from a database. You may specify fields from more than one data source and the query wizard also is able to calculate averages, counts, maximums, minimums and sums. The following steps will show how to use the Access 2007 query wizard.