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Old 09-29-2013, 04:16 PM   #1
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Exclamation Form containing student grades

Hey. I'm working with Access 2013 and I was wondering if anyone of you could help me out with a problem I'm having. My task is to show student grades in a new table even tho I can find them in another table (they don't stand alone here. Other information in this Table aswell), and they need to be sorted showing how many who got "A", "B",.. "F".

A: 5
B: 7
C: 14

Hope you get the picture.

Could you guys help me out with the code I need to write in the command button?

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Re: Form containing student grades

Google for "normalization". Storing the same information twice in the database is wrong.

Use a query to combine information from multiple tables.
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