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When you are working with data in Access, you may want to view your information sorted in a different fashion than it currently appears. This article shows you how to sort records in a table, a query, a form, or a report in an Access database.
Sorting Records in Form View or in Datasheet ViewTo sort records in Form view or in Datasheet view, follow these steps:
Sorting with SubdatasheetsIn Datasheet view, when you sort the subdatasheet for one record, Microsoft Access sorts all the subdatasheets at that level. In a datasheet or subdatasheet, you can select two or more adjacent columns at the same time, and then sort them. Access sorts records starting with the leftmost selected column. When you save the form or datasheet, Access saves the sort order.
Sorting Records on a Report
Article ID: 304255 - Last Review: September 14, 2012 - Revision: 1.0