I have a large table that I can run a cross tab query on. My issue is that when I run the cross tab query, there are some duplicates. I can find them by doing using the count function when running the query. Unfortunately, there are 1014 rows out of 16,000+ rows that have a duplicate some where in the row (anywhere there is not a 1 using the count function). Can anyone think of a fast, easy way to get at these to examine them? Right now, my best idea is to run the multiple times and compare them. I would run it once as a max function, and then as an average function. I could then compare the results. This would knock out the multiples where the value is the same (for example if the cell has the max value of 0 and the average value of 0, that would mean that all of the multiple values all have the value of 0). I would then have to go in manually and compare them. Of course, this is a very large database with about 60 columns, so if I were to compare the average crosstab query and the max crosstab query, I might run out of memory. I guess what I want to know is are there any easy ways to do this (like a tool) that might be built into microsoft access that my novice abilities do not know about? Thanks
This question generated 12 answers. To proceed to the answers, click here.
This thread is current as of November 23, 2015.
For more resources for Microsoft Excel:
This article includes the following tags:
- Microsoft Excel