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Posted on 2011-03-25
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Hi,

I have an update query which specifies two accounts which i want to delete from another table if it matches this citeria

IIf(Mid([TRANS_REF],3,1)<>'D',[TRANS_REF])

I am making this in the design view, can i update into the same table i am using for the criteria, is that possible?

So i have one table and am saying, if any entries match this criteria, delete them

Thanks
Seamus
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Scott McDaniel (Microsoft Access MVP - EE MVE ) earned 500 total points
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If you're asking if you can do an UPDATE and DELETE in the same query then no, you cannot. You must run 2 queries - one to update, and a second to delete.
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Perfect, changed it to delete!
Thanks
Seamus
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