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Creating a union query in SQL view

Creating a union query in SQL view: Access 2013 Essential Training
Creating a union query in SQL view: Access 2013 Essential Training

The Union query in Microsoft Access allows you to temporarily join two tables together. If this sounds like the Append query, the distinction is that the Append query is permanent while the Union query does not touch the original data. Creating a union query in SQL view helps you create better database applications, and this video gives you an idea of what it's like to write queries in SQL.

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