A query in Access can only perform a single task. You'd have to use VBA code or a macro to run the first 2 queries before opening the form/report using the 3rd. Is there a reason you delete/append/select rather than just selecting?
I have a query with an embedded subquery, this means that access is preventing me from running footer SUMs and COUNT (error:"Multi-Level GROUP By Clause is not allowed in subquery"), so I'm dumping the data to a temporary table (with the append query) and then selecting the data from there for the report (select query) but before I can do that I have to ensure the temporary table is empty (delete query). It's working great I'd just love to be able to do it with a single click rather then have to send the user through all those steps.