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How to Run the Query Wizard in Access 2013

In the wizard page that appears, select a radio button for what you want to do next.

If you want to make your query snazzy: Select the Modify the Query Design option.

The wizard sends your newly created query to the salon for some sprucing up, such as the inclusion of sorting and totals.

If you want to skip the fancy stuff: Select the Open the Query to View Information option to see the Datasheet view.

The wizard runs the query and presents the results in a typical Access datasheet.

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