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    Make Table (Access 2000)

    As a result of a queriy i have a new query that contains only 2 fields productid and balance, the sql of the query is :
    SELECT qryStockFlowUnmacthed.Productid, qryStockFlowUnmacthed.balance
    FROM qryStockFlowUnmacthed;
    I want to make a new table containing the result of this query and to name it products1. Is it possible ?

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    Re: Make Table (Access 2000)

    Open the query in design view.
    Select Query | Make Table Query.
    A dialog will appear in which you can specify the name of the table to be created.
    Enter products1 then click OK.
    To execute the query, select Query | Run or click the Run button on the toolbar.

    The SQL for the query will be

    SELECT qryStockFlowUnmacthed.Productid, qryStockFlowUnmacthed.balance INTO products1
    FROM qryStockFlowUnmacthed;

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    Re: Make Table (Access 2000)

    Yes, you can use a MakeTable query.
    Mark Liquorman
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