Query fields or expressions limitation?

Posted on 2011-04-25
Last Modified: 2012-05-11
In the Design View for a Query in Access 2007.
I have a query using 13 fields and 2 expressions.  I want to add a 3rd expression but there are no more places.  Is there a limitation?
Question by:gbnorton
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    Accepted Solution

    select any column in the query grid and click on Insert Columns from the ribbon

    Author Closing Comment

    Too easy.  Thanks.  Is there a way to add to the end?
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    Expert Comment

    by:Rey Obrero
    just shift (highlight and drag) the last populated column to the blank column to the left. Select the blank column and click on InsertColumns again to add more columns.

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