How To Use Make - Table In Access 2010

In this article I am going to explain How To Use Make-Table In Access 2010.
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Create a new table by using data from other tables
  • We can use a make table query then we create a new table from data that is stored in other tables.

Note  A make table query cannot be run in a web browser.

We can build a Delhi order table, and then use the select query to create a table by using the following procedure.

  • We open the Northwind database in access 2010.

  • When we click the enable, then the message will be open.

  • Click No button in message bar.


  • Close the login dialog form.


  • Then we enter create tab, and click query design in query group.

  • Select the order details and orders table in show table dialog box.


  • Close the show table dialog box.

  • First we select order table, and double click customer id and ship city both are add in fields to the design grid.

  • Then we select order details table, and double click order id, product id, quantity, unit price and discount both are add in fields to the design grid.


  • Unmark the show row box in the ship city column of the design grid.

  • Then type Delhi in the criteria row.


  • Click run tab on the design tab.

  • Press CTRL+S to save the query.

  • Then open the save as dialog box.


  • In the query name box, type Delhi orders query, and then click ok.


  • We open home tab and then click view button and select design view.

  • On the design tab, click make table in query type group.


  • In the make table dialog box, in the table name box, type Delhi orders, and then click ok.


  • After this process we click the run in design tab.

  • In the confirmation dialog box, click yes to confirm.


  • The new table is created, and the table appears in the navigation pane.


  • After this process we click the run in design tab.

  • A warning dialog box open and we click no button and dismiss the dialog box.


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