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Use the WHERE clause: Access 2016: Queries
Use the WHERE clause: Access 2016: Queries

Using the criteria row in conjunction with the totals row in the query design grid can lead to some unexpected results. In this movie, Adam demonstrates how to use the WHERE option in the totals row to indicate filtering criteria that should be removed from the process of grouping records. This allows the query to both filter and group simultaneously.

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