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OpenOffice Tutorial: Add a field to a query

How-To: OpenOffice Tutorial: Add a field to a query
  1. To add a field to a query, first look for the query and then right-click over its name.
  2. Then, on the menu that opens click on "Edit"
  3. Once the query window opens up, look for the field you want to add.
  4. Then, move your mouse over the field and double-click on it to add this field to the query.
  5. Good! You should see the newly added field here, among the other fields.
  6. Now, save the changes you've made by clicking on here the save button. It should have the diskette icon.
  7. Great! Now, just close this window by clicking on this "X" icon.
  8. Congratulations! You have learned how to add a field to a query.

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Add a field to a query

This screencast demonstrates how to add a field to a You learn:

  • How to open a query for editing.
  • How to add a to a query.
  • Hot to save the changes made to a query.

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