Query Help

thevolk

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Hi All,
I hope I word this in a way that makes sense:

I have a table with about 107,000 records. In this table we show account balances, and what we want to be able to do, is have the query run, but display the top 10,000 records. Basically, I need to put something in the query that tells Access to count out the top 10,000 records, and display them. I hope that makes sense, and any help would be much appreciated!
 

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Pressing F4 adds dollar signs when editing a formula. When not editing, F4 repeats last command.
Create your query.
In the Tool Bar... sort of in the middle.. you should see a box that says All. Click on this and enter 10%.
You can also enter a number here.... 10,000
 
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