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Process a column of values with domain functions

Process a column of values with domain functions: Access 2016: Queries in Depth
Process a column of values with domain functions: Access 2016: Queries in Depth

The Domain aggregate functions are a useful set of functions that will parse out information from the database and calculate values over the entire column, or what’s referred to as a domain, of a data table or query recordset. In this movie, Adam uses the domain functions DMax() and DAvg() to rank the performance of the salespeople at H+ Sport.

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