Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
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Click the Close button for the Client Query to remove the query results from the screen.
If I want to use this query in the future, do I need to save the query?
Normally you would. The one exception is a query created by the wizard. The wizard automatically saves the query
it creates.
Using Queries
After you have created and saved a query, you can use it in a variety of ways:
• To view the results of the query, open it by right-clicking the query in the Navigation
pane and clicking Open on the shortcut menu.
• To print the results with the query open, click the Offi ce Button, point to Print on
the Offi ce button menu, and then click Quick Print on the Print submenu.
• If you want to change the design of the query, right-click the query and then click
Design View on the shortcut menu to open the query in Design view.
• To print the query without fi rst opening it, be sure the query is selected in the
Navigation pane and then click the Offi ce Button, point to Print on the Offi ce
button menu, and then click Quick Print on the Print submenu.
You can switch between views of a query by using the View button (Figure 2–5).
Clicking the arrow at the bottom of the button produces the View button menu as shown
in the fi gure. You then click the desired view in the menu. The two views you will use in
this chapter are Datasheet view (see the results) and Design view (change the design). You
also can click the top part of the button, in which case, you will switch to the view
identifi ed by the icon on the button. In the fi gure, the button contains the icon for Design view,
so clicking the button would change to Design view. For the most part, the icon on the
button represents the view you want, so you can usually simply click the button.
View button
icon
View button
View
button
arrow
available
views
clicking View
button arrow
produces View
button menu
Figure 2–5
 
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