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Queries I: Get started with queries

Test yourself

Complete the following test so you can be sure you understand the material. Your answers are private, and test results are not scored.

Which of the following is a reason to use a select query?

It makes data entry easier.

It retrieves data, using criteria that you specify.

It produces a formatted, printed report of your data.

When you create a select query, you take data from a:

System table.

Data entry form.

Record source.

When you create a query, what does Access save?

The data.

The query structure and criteria used to retrieve data.

The way the data looks when viewed or printed.

The data returned by a query is called a:

Record set.


Selected field.

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