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OpenOffice Tutorial: Sort query results in ascending order

How-To: OpenOffice Tutorial: Sort query results in ascending order
  1. To sort query results in ascending order first make sure that results of the query have already been opened, then click on the field where the data will be sorted by.
  2. In this example we want to sort the data based on the results on the field "Last Name." So we are clicking on the column labeled "LastName" here.
  3. The column should be highlighted once you do this.
  4. Next, look for the "Sort Ascending" button. It should have an Icon with an "A" above a "Z" with a down arrow beside them.
  5. Just, click on this once to sort the data in ascending order.
  6. Great! As you can see the data has been arranged in ascending order using this field (column) as the basis.
  7. Congratulations! You have learned how to sort query results in ascending order.

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Sort query results in ascending order

This screencast demonstrates how to sort results in . You learn:

  • How to select a as the basis for sorting.
  • How to sort the data in the field in ascending order.

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