My first query in Access 2007


Help beginner to integrate two queries in one in Access 2007, please:

1. SELECT [Type1]*2+[Type2]*3+[Type3]*5 AS Mark, *
    FROM Table1;

2. SELECT Query1.Mark, *
    FROM Query1
    WHERE (((Query1.Mark)=DMax("[Query1]![Mark]","Query1")));

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Gustav BrockCIOCommented:
You can sort Mark descending and pick the top record only:

    SELECT TOP 1 [Type1]*2+[Type2]*3+[Type3]*5 AS Mark, *
    FROM Table1
    ORDER BY [Type1]*2+[Type2]*3+[Type3]*5 DESC;


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EduardMAuthor Commented:
Can you advise the good book on Access?
Gustav BrockCIOCommented:
You are welcome!

I'm not strong in books on Access - actually, have never bought any - but browse Amazon and study the ratings of the offerings.

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