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OpenOffice Tutorial: Delete a field in a query

How-To: OpenOffice Tutorial: Delete a field in a query
  1. To delete a field in a query first look for the query you want to edit and then right-click over its name.
  2. Then, on the menu that opens click on "Edit"
  3. The Query's design view should open.
  4. Now, look for the field you want to delete and then click once on the top of its column. This should select the field.
  5. Then, right-click over it to open the context menu.
  6. Once the menu opens, click on the option "Delete"
  7. Great! The field has been deleted.
  8. Now, click here on the save button to save the changes you've made to this query.
  9. Then, close the query design view by clicking on this "X" icon.
  10. Congratulations! You have learned how to delete a field in a query.

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Delete a field in a query

This screencast demonstrates how to delete a field in a You learn:

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

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