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Access Update Query Wizard: Criteria with "and" instead of "or"

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When I am working with the Update Query Wizard, I noticed it only provides for a Criteria and the next line is "or".  How do I change this "or" to and "and"?
Below is an example of how I would use this.  Thank you.
I am mainly interested in using the Access Query Wizard.  I am not that proficient with Access.  Thank you.  

Field:               Base Rate              
Table:              Trans              
Update to:       .11                      
Criteria:           [Trans]![Cty]="USA"
and:                 [Trans]![Sls]=2
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what is [Trn] ?
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by:ThomasJue
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It was a typo. I meant the Trans table, so it should read:

Criteria:           [Trans]![Cty]="USA"
and:                 [Trans]![Sls]=2
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xto create an "And" criteria
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