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Access - Query with Sorting on 10 character Text field Alphanumeric

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Hi all

Is there a way to sort a query on a text field that's alphanumeric where the field can be anywhere from 1 to 10 characters and Alpha can be in any position and Number can be in any position?

Obvious to you experts just sorting gives me

1
10
100
11
12
2
21
3

etc...
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Question by:wlwebb
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You can sort on Val([YourField])

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PERFECT!!!!
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Thanks!

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