troubleshooting Question

Where to put/save my queries?

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Massimo ScolaFlag for Switzerland asked on
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Hi everyone

I have been asked to create a database which will be used by several departments.
My question is about queries in general.

As someone else might make changes in the future, I want to keep it as maintainable as possible.
Should I create a query object for every (SELECT) query I do (some forms might have several)?
Is there something like a golden rule / best practise or does it not matter?
Or maybe I should ask the question another way: What would you like to see when you take over someone else's Access project?

Thanks

Massimo
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