After I made the query "T1",
I made another query "T2", but this query need query "T1" to work with.
So, when I change the query name from "T1" to "table1", I need to open the query "T2" to add the "table1" and remove the "T1" and change the table name in the query.
So, how can I update the query name? Because "T1" is same "table1' query. I just change the name, change name cause another query does't work. How can I update the query info.?
Yeap thats right that why you get the nameing right first time and it Hard
it has it good points finding query that you don't use
how to fix it is ....................
load the broken query and click the SQL so that you see the
Select Bla .....
select it and copy it
and paste in note pad or something that has find replace
then use the find replace the [table name]
then paste back to the SQL save it
But I see in 2003 it access will change the the tablename for for
I like putting the word DEL at the end of a query and see it it has any inpack on the database then I can del it after A WEEK OR 2
hope this help
See clear as mud
the aim is store once, not store multiple times
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