Microsoft Access 2007 tutorial:filter data

Microsoft Access 2007 tutorial:filter data

Filter Data

V. Filter data

You can retrieve data conditionally from a table or query by using the operators listed below:

Operators Descriptions Examples
= Equal condition ProductName='ANCHOR'
< Less than condition Quantity<50
<= Less than or equal to Quantity<=50
> Greater than condition Quantity>30
>= Greater than or equal to Quantity>=30
<> Opposite or not equal to condition ProductName<>'ANCHOR'
And Combining conditions and it returns true if all conditions are true Quantity>20 and UnitPrice<15
Or Combining condition and it works if which condition is true Quantity>20 or UnitPrice<15
Like Matching a pattern condition ProductName Like'C*'
Between Determine the values between value1 and value2. See the example on the right UnitPrice Between 12 and 20
In Matching a collection of values ProductName In('ABC','ANCHOR')
Not Opposite condition Not Quantity>25
Is Null Motoring Null value Address Is Null

Example1: show all female students. To do so, see the figure:

Microsoft Access 2007 equal to operator

Example2: show products that have quantity greater than fifteen. To do so, see the figure:

Microsoft Access 2007 greater than operator


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