Create a query in Access 2007

In Microsoft Access 2007, learn how do I create a query?
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.

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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.


Create a query in VBA, Access 2007
I need to create a query in VBA. I'm using Access 2007.

I have a combo box and based on the user's selection(s), a 'where clause' is created. I need to either create a query that includes my where clause, or use an existing query and use the where clause.

I had created a query in VBA in Access 2003 using DAO defs, e.g.,
set qdef = MyDB.CreateQueryDef("q_regions", strSQL)
This does not work in 2007.


How to Do an Access 2007 Delete Query
Access 2007 is a database program that is a part of Microsoft Office 2007. A delete query is a action available in Access that allows users to delete entire records from a database. Doing a delete query in Access 2007 is an easy task that can be completed in just a few minutes.


Query to retrieve max date in Access 2007
This MSAccess tutorial explains how to create a query to retrieve the max date in Access 2007 (with screenshots and step-by-step instructions). In Microsoft Access 2007, how can I build a query to select the latest date among several records?


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.


access 2007 / 2010 problems
I have made a database with forms, query's and reports in access 2007. When I run it on access 2010 strange things happens.

This is the problem:

I have some queryes that sort out some records. I call these query from event on change from text boxes and combo boxes on a form. The problem is that it opens the query. I like to run this query in the background and then run a report based on this query.

How to fix this.

It works fine in access 2007 but not in access 2010.


Exporting Query from Access 2007 to Excel 2007
I am trying to export an Access 2007 query into a pre-existing Excel 2007 workbook. I would like the query to overwrite the 1st page in the workbook, but it keeps creating a new page. I am exporting the data from query without the formatting.


How to Create and Edit Forms in Access 2007
A form in Access 2007 is a database object used to display, edit and enter data from a data source such as a query or table. It also may contain controls that provide the user with needed functionality or cosmetic enhancements. The following steps will show how to create and edit forms in Access 2007


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


Queries for Access 2007
In the first tutorial we covered a basic Select Query and a basic table. In this tutorial we will cover another Select query in which we will use one table and hook it to itself. Pretty much all versions from Access 97 to 2007 the query builder looks the same. In Access 2007 there are some differences. We will again be dealing with Access 2000-2003.


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MS Access 2007: Filter a query based on a text box value
I have an Access 2007 database that contains a form called frmOrders. I want to be able to create a query that returns the currently selected record from the frmOrders form. How can I do this?


How to create labels from a query
Microsoft Office Access 2007 gives you several different options for creating labels containing data stored in your Access tables. The simplest is to use the Label Wizard in Access to create and print your labels from a report you create. In addition, you can import data into Access from other sources, such as Microsoft Office Excel 2007 workbooks and Microsoft Office Outlook 2007 contact lists and "merge" that data or existing Access tables with a Microsoft Office Word 2007 document and then create and print labels from Word.


parameter in access query
I am working with an Access 2007 query where part of the selection criteria is a start and end date. I have this hard coded in the query.

Is there a way to supply a start and end date to an access 2007 query using paramters that can be entered by the user? If this is possible can you tell me and/or point me to a url that explains how to supply parameters to an access query?


Docmd.Transferspreadsheet from Access 2007 to Excel 2007 .xlsm
Trying to export a Access query to an Excel file like I've done hundreds of times with previous versions.

Simply put, I want to export a query from Access 2007 to Excel 2007 to a .xlsm file.

When I have a query open and click [External Data]>[export to Excel] the xlsm file format is not even in the list.


Can Access 2010 create a db readable by 2007?
A friend of mine has Access 2010. The .accdb databases that it makes cannot be opened on my Access 2007. But he has no way to back-convert it to 2007. There's a 2003 option, but no 2007. Why


Access 2007 Multiple Data Table Query with Collect Data
I have a database in Access 2007 with 3 data tables and 2 relational tables. I have a query that joins the data tables which I would like to use create an email, collect data, and update the results in the underlying data tables.

I set up a Simple Query using the Wizard. After choosing the fields from the three data tables, I view the query in design mode. I can see that Access has figured out the relationships between the three data tables and indicates that the relational tables in between.

After running the query, I select "Create email" and an error message prompt displays:

"X Query is read-only. You cannot use e-mail messages to collect or update data on this object"

I think the issue is that using the query on multiple data tables somehow makes the query read-only, but not sure how to fix this.


parameters in access query
I am working with an Access 2007 query where part of the selection criteria is a start and end date. I have this hard coded in the query.

Is there a way to supply a start and end date to an access 2007 query using paramters that can be entered by the user? If this is possible can you tell me and/or point me to a url that explains how to supply parameters to an access query


Access 2007 - Training - Microsoft Office Online
Get to know Access 2007. Learn how to speed with Access 2007; design and create tables; build relationships; create queries; create forms; create reports.
Learn how the 2007 Office system helps you to stay safer, easy Access with templates; create and modify database; keyboard shortcuts; and how to turn off the Message Bar and run code safely; Sum, sort, filter, and find your data; make data easier to read by formatting columns and rows and sign your own macros for stronger security


Export 2007 QRY to DBF
I have a query in Access 2007. In 2003 I was able to use this code to export the query results into a DBF.

Private Sub Command61_Click()
Dim access As access.Application
Set access = CurrentProject.Application
access.DoCmd.OpenQuery "MASTER DBF QUERY"
access.DoCmd.TransferDatabase acExport, "dBASE IV", "c:\", acTable, "MASTER DBF QUERY", "MASTER.DBF"
DoCmd.Close acQuery, "MASTER DBF QUERY"
End Sub

Now in 2007 it no longer works. Does anyone have