Tables Queries Forms
Table Design Enhancement
Table Field Validation
Custom Validation Messages
Input Mask Mechanics
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Data Typ Aadvantages
Access Database Filters
Multiple Access Queries
Query Field Properties
Specifying Join Properties Queries
Total Queries in Access
Working With Crosstab Queries
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Create Access Form
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Specifying join properties for queries - Exercise
Specifying join properties for queries
Course project: Using a left outer join
Use a left outer join to create a query.
You will receive 10 points for this exercise. The exercise is auto-scored; when you have completed the exercise, click the
button to receive full credit.
Recall that you are the Access database administrator for the marketing and documentation departments of companies in the software and networking business. For one of your large clients, you need to see all the clients that do not have projects assigned to them.
As we stated in the first module, the
database is included in the compressed download file available on the Resources page. If you have already downloaded the database, continue to work in that version.
Create a query left-joining the Clients and Projects tables on ClientNo.
Display the Company field.
Set a criteria comparing the Projects.ClientNo against Is Null.
Run the query.