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Creating Queries: I will upload the current database

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Creating Queries: I will upload the current database wherever you need. Query #5 Create a query with an aggregate function that lists customers and the total amount ordered by each customer. [Use the Discounted Cost calculation that you created in query #4, because this calculation multiplied the quantity by the base cost.] There should be only 2 fields in the query: One for the Customer Name, and the other for the total amount that they have ordered. Each customer should be listed only once in the recordset. Display the Total Amount Ordered with dollar signs and 2 decimal places. Sort in Ascending order by Customer Name. Change the heading of the Total Order column to read Total Order. Name the query qry#5CustomerTotalOrder. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Query #6 Create a query that lists the following fields, in the order in which they appear below: Territory Name Sales Rep First and Last Names, displayed as follows: Last Name, First Name Customer Name Contact First and Last Names, displayed as follows: Last Name, First Name Make sure a comma and a space separate the last and first names in each set of concatenated names. Display Rep and Contact as the headings in the two columns of concatenated field data. Sort in Ascending order by Territory Name, then by Customer Name. Name the query qry#6ConcatenatedNames. Note: There will be a lot of redundancy in the data in this query. In order to eliminate the redundancy, you could convert this query to a report in which each item is mentioned only once. Do not create a report for this assignment. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Query #7 List all customers who ordered a particular product (e.g., Utility Pine or Ungraded lumber) within a range of dates. Design the query so that, when the query is run, the user has the opportunity to specify the product description as well as the Start and End dates of the range within which the product was ordered. Include the following fields in the query, in the order in which they appear below: Customer ID Customer Name Product Description Quantity Ordered Date of Order Sort by Date of Order, in Ascending order. Add an explanation on the Navigation Panel to tell the user that this is a Parameter query and that they will need to enter the product description and the start and end dates of the range when the product was ordered. Name the query qry#7ProductAndDateParameter. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Query #8 Make a backup copy of the fields and records of your Customers table. Call the backup tblCustomerBackup. Using the backup copy of the table, create a query that includes all of the fields, locates all inactive customer records, and appends them to an archive table named tblArchiveInactive. Name the query qry#8aAppend. Make sure you run the query. Create another query to delete the archived records from the backup table. Name the query qry#8Delete. [Make sure you include all fields in both queries, and that you run both the Append and the Delete queries.] -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Query #9 Create a query based on tblOrders that locates all incomplete orders, and makes a new table out of the recordset. Your objective is for the new table to be created when you run the query. Name the new table tblIncompleteOrders. Name the query qry#9IncompleteOrdersNewTable. Include all fields in the query. [NOTE: Do not delete the incomplete order records from the tblOrders table!]
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Category: Microsoft Office
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