- By Curtis Frye
- Introducing Query Types
- Creating a Query Using the Query Wizard
- Editing a Query in Design View
- Using Criteria to Focus Query Results
- Introducing Operators
- Using Queries to Calculate Values
- Creating a Parameter Query
- Finding Duplicate Records
- Finding Unmatched Records
- Writing Query Results to a New Table
- Creating an Update Query
- Creating a Crosstab Query
- Finding the Largest and Smallest Values in a Field by Using a Query
Writing Query Results to a New Table
When you run a query, Access writes the records the query finds into a dynaset, or dynamic record set. While Access remembers the results of queries you run, the results aren’t actually written to a table, limiting what you can do with the data. You can, however, modify a select query so the results are written to a new table.
Create a Make-Table Query
Open a query in Design view.
Click Make Table.
Type a name for the new table.
Click Yes to create a new table that contains the selected records.