Queries built on queries

herbtv

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When I have a order of say four queries which build on each other(select, not make table), if I update data on the table underlying the first query do I need to run each query build up or can I just go to the last summary query and the data update should be included?
 

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Joe4

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If you make changes to your table, you simply then need to re-open whatever query you want to view. If there are other queries linked/attached to it, re-opening just one query will refresh all the ones that it uses.
 
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