When working in Access sort data to make it easier to work with, including text-based and numerical data in your Access database.
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Sorting is probably the simplest way to look at data because it keeps similar things together. In our bookstore database, for example, we could sort our data a few ways:
Access 2007 allows you to sort the records in your database tables based on a field or value that is either text—like an author's last name—or numerical—like a customer's zip code or a book's price. Depending on the type of value, Access offers different sorting options.