Here you will find articles relating to SQL (Structured Query Language) and SQL use and implementation in Microsoft Access. You will find articles and topics relating to SQL query designs, from planning what tables and fields will be used to selecting criteria to be used in the SQL Statements. There are articles on SQL basics, SQL Select, Insert, Update and Delete Statements and topics on why use SQL.
Hopefully you will find something of interest, whether you need to create simple SQL Select Queries, to inserting and updating information using the SQL language in Microsoft Access.
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|Topic||Date Submitted||Downloadable File|
|What is SQL?||10/05/2005||N/A|
|The Basics of SQL - Structured Query Language||10/05/2005||N/A|
|The SQL Select Statement||17/06/2005||N/A|
|Why Use SQL?||18/07/2005||N/A|
|Aggregate Functions of SQL For Beginners||25/08/2005||N/A|
|Data Manipulation Language Commands - INSERTing Data using SQL||30/08/2005||N/A|
|Data Manipulation Language Commands - DELETE and UPDATE Data using SQL||01/09/2005||N/A|
|Creating Union Queries||29/11/2005||N/A|
|Eliminating Duplicates with SQL SELECT DISTINCT||10/01/2006||N/A|
|Using the WHERE clause with the SQL SELECT Statement||26/01/2006||N/A|
|Multiple Conditions using the SQL AND and OR conditions||02/02/2006||N/A|
|Using SQL in Access: Changes in Data Groups||08/02/2006||N/A|
|Logical Operators in Access SQL||13/02/2006||N/A|
|The DELETE Operand in SQL for MS ACCESS||10/04/2006||N/A|
|SQL GROUP BY Clause||25/04/2006||N/A|
|SQL IN/BETWEEN Condition||30/04/2006||N/A|
|Using the WHERE clause in SQL||01/05/2006||N/A|
|SQL Count Function||24/05/2006||N/A|
|SQL Queries in Microsoft Access||02/08/2006||N/A|
|SQL - Using GROUP BY with HAVING||12/12/2006||N/A|
|Using String Functions in your Access SQL Queries||06/08/2007||N/A|
|Conditional Concatenation with the iif() function||17/11/2009||N/A|
|SQL Recovery Tool: Testing Its Functionality||07/07/2015||N/A|
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Guidelines followed in constructing the query examples: