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Chapter 17. Advanced Queries Using Micro... > Viewing and Editing SQL Code

Viewing and Editing SQL Code

Each time you create a query, Microsoft Query creates a little program written in SQL (Structured Query Language). If you are comfortable using SQL code, you can edit your queries directly in this format.

While creating a query, click the SQL button on the Microsoft Query toolbar. The SQL dialog box appears, displaying the SQL-coded version of your query (see Figure 17.8).


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