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Access VBA Find and replace within a table and field

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Hi

How do I do a find and replace within a table or a field
within that table.

eg replace "D" with "C" within tblTest
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All occurrences of the character?

e.g. run this query

update mytable
set myfield = replace(myfield,"D","C")


obviously do backups of your db/table before modifying data
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by:Murray Brown
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Great thanks.

Yes all occurrences.

Thanks again for such a quick and concise answer

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no worries :)
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