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Microsoft® Access® 2010 Inside Out by Jeff Conrad and John Viescas

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Using a Query Wizard

Every time you have clicked the Query Wizard button in the Queries group on the Create tab, you have seen the interesting query wizard entries. You can use query wizards to help you build certain types of “tricky” queries such as crosstab queries (discussed later in this chapter) and queries to find duplicate or unmatched rows. For example, you could have used a query wizard to build the query shown in Figure 10-9 to locate employees who have no room reservations. Let’s use a query wizard to build a query to perform a similar search in the ContactsDataCopy.accdb sample file to find contacts who don’t own any products.

To try this, click the Query Wizard button in the Queries group on the Create tab. Select the Find Unmatched ...

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