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    columns in Access 2010

    Using Access 2010.
    One of my columns got moved to a differ position, unknown how.
    Now would like to move it back in place where I want it.
    Have tried several different ways, with no luck.
    And ideas ?
    TIA
    Carl,

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    Are talking about a table or a query?

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    Also is the database used by multiple uses? If yes, is is properly split?
    Boyd Trimmell aka HiTechCoach (Access Information here)
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    "If technology doesn't work for people, then it doesn't work."

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    Sorry my data base is in .mdb and I am the only user.

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    Columns in either Access tables or queries can be clicked and dragged back and forth to change the order. Try clicking at the top of the column in question and then dragging it to the preferred position.
    Wendell

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