OpenOffice Tutorial: Delete a field in a query
- To delete a field in a query first look for the query you want to edit and then right-click over its name.
- Then, on the menu that opens click on "Edit"
- The Query's design view should open.
- Now, look for the field you want to delete and then click once on the top of its column. This should select the field.
- Then, right-click over it to open the context menu.
- Once the menu opens, click on the option "Delete"
- Great! The field has been deleted.
- Now, click here on the save button to save the changes you've made to this query.
- Then, close the query design view by clicking on this "X" icon.
- Congratulations! You have learned how to delete a field in a query.
by Kaj Kandler
Delete a field in a query
This screencast demonstrates how to delete a field in a query. You learn:
- How to open a query for editing.
- How to delete a field in a query.
- Hot to save the changes made to a query.
For advanced functionality with similar results see:
- Add a field to a query
- View or open the results of a query
- Sort query results with multiple columns/fields
- Set the sort order of existing queries
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