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Hi, I need help with very basic Microsoft Access Queries, I

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Hi, I need help with very basic Microsoft Access Queries, I been given a database with one table, that has student name, suburb, gender, IT Mark and Maths Mark. (and a few others). I need to do the following queries.


 


 1. Display the average Total Mark for each suburb. Sort by ascending Suburb. (total mark is the IT + Maths Mark)


 


2. Display the highest IT mark for each suburb. Sort by ascending suburb.


 


3. Display the highest Maths Marks for females.


 


4. Display the average IT mark and the average Maths Mark.


 


 I would like to email you the database and if you could make the queries and send it back it would be most easiest for me to learn the expressions you used.  ([email protected]) is my email


 


Many Thanks

Submitted: 5 years ago.
Category: Microsoft Office
Expert:  Chris L. replied 5 years ago.
Hello and thank you for using Just Answer.

Can you upload the database here: http://wikisend.com/

Then just post the link and I will check it out and see if I can create these queries for you.
Customer: replied 5 years ago.
Expert:  Chris L. replied 5 years ago.
Oh Sorry this is an access 2010 file, I only have access 2003 on the computer I am currently on . If you want you can convert it so I can open it.
SAVE A COPY OF AN .ACCDB FILE IN THE .MDB FILE FORMAT
  1. On the File tab, click Save & Publish.
  2. Under Save Database As, do one of the following:
    • To save a copy of the database in a format that can be opened by using Access 2002 or later, click Access 2002 - 2003 Database (*.mdb).
    • To save a copy of the database in a format that can be opened by using Access 2000 or later, click Access 2000 Database (*.mdb).
  3. Click Save As.
I will opt/out of the question in case an expert with 2010 wants to work on it in the mean time.
Customer: replied 5 years ago.
Expert:  Chris L. replied 5 years ago.
Perfect having a look at it now.
Expert:  Chris L. replied 5 years ago.
Ok here you go:
http://wikisend.com/download/244044/Marks1 - Copy (2).mdb

I named the queries according to how you listed them above so, 1, 2, 3, 4

Check it out I think it is what they were looking for.

If you need further help reply to me and if not please click accept.

Thanks
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