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  Sunday, July 20, 2014 – Permalink –

Use a Table Alias

to change names in a query


When you need to change the table name referenced in an existing Access query, it can be a pain. This is especially true if the query contains a large number of fields.

You typically might use an alias when you need to relate a table to itself or tables have long or unwieldy names.

If you make a practice of always using aliases in your queries, you can easily change which table is used by changing the one occurrence of the original table name in the query's FROM clause.
  1. To set a table alias in the query's Design view,
  2. Right-click on the table field list and choose Properties.
  3. Then, enter the alias name you want to use in the Alias text box.




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