How to implement crosstab query in Access?

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How to implement crosstab query

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Hi Shamu.

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<a href=”http://articles.techrepublic.com.com/5100-10878_11-6121381.html”>How do I… create a crosstab query in Microsoft Access?</a>

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  • SidSeton
    there is a crosstab query wizard in access, but it limits how many columns you can select. Use this this wizard to create a simple crosstab, and the using designer edit the query to add extra columns as required. Or you can code in SQL in access. eg. TRANSFORM First(dbo_vSid.[No Of Products]) AS [FirstOfNo Of Products] SELECT dbo_vSid.Customer, First(dbo_vSid.[No Of Products]) AS [Total Of No Of Products] FROM dbo_vSid GROUP BY dbo_vSid.Customer PIVOT dbo_vSid.YP; The table this uses has 3 fields, YP, Customer, [No of Products] Have fun
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