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Specifying criteria with wildcards

Specifying criteria with wildcards: Access 2013 Essential Training
Specifying criteria with wildcards: Access 2013 Essential Training

When you make a query, Microsoft Access allows you to use wildcards so that you can search for a pattern instead of an exact match. For example, the asterisk character (*) stands for any character and any number of characters, while the question mark character (?) stands for a single letter or number. Learn more about specifying criteria with wildcards with this video.

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