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Acces 2010 relationship steps

Posted on 2013-01-16
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I have to tables already in relationship how do I link one field to the other?
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(1)  Click on the first table / column you want in the relationship, and hold.
(2)  Drag to the second table / column you want in the relationship, and un-hold (let go of the mouse button)
(3) In the Edit Relationships dialog that appears, make any changes you want, and hit Ok.

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by:Rey Obrero (Capricorn1)
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from the ribbon
Database tools > show/Hide group click Relationship

select the table and click ADD, do for each table

select the field from one table and drag to the corresponding field to the other table

select the join and other properties in the Edit Relationships window
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by:gabgar
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who can I view the table
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by:gabgar
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I mean after they are related I don't see an option to view the relationship?
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by:Rey Obrero (Capricorn1)
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you can view the relationship,
by opening the relationship window

Database tools > show/Hide group click Relationship


by creating a query using the two tables, it will automatically create a join on the fields that you used when you created the relationship
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by:Helen_Feddema
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You can double-click the join line to open a dialog that shows the details of the relationship.
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by:gabgar
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after I do all the steps when I run the query nothing appears on the data sheet view.
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by:Rey Obrero (Capricorn1)
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do you have records on your table?

what type of relationship/join you used?
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I've requested that this question be closed as follows:

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thanks
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The question was answered two ways, clarified once, and there is a pending quesiton to the asker.
Please explain the reason for closing this question without awarding points.
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The question was answered two ways, clarified once, and there is a pending quesiton to the asker.
Please explain the reason for closing this question without awarding points.
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