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Hi ,

I have a databse in MS access with 8 tables and around 100 queries.
Is it possible to create a single search page using all the tables and queries.

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Nubee
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Yes, if you can create a single query to inner join all of the tables then you can certainly search all tables.

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You would have to write the queries within the page itself eg SELECT * FROM the location WHERE date =  etc.  You won't be able just to link to the queries that you have already made in Access
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