Your boss asks you to send your latest Microsoft Access
query results for the month of September along with the memo that contains your
analysis of the results. Rather than including your query results as an
attachment to your memo, you’d like to copy it directly into your Word

To do so, follow these steps:

  1. Open
    your memo in Word.
  2. Open
    your database in Access.
  3. Right-click
    on a blank area of the Windows taskbar and choose Tile Windows Vertically.
  4. Click
    on the Database Window and select the name of the query whose results you
    want to copy.
  5. Drag
    the selection to the position in your memo where you want to display the
    query results.

This is a great way to ensure that your analysis of the
query will remain with your original memo.

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