Microsoft Access 2016 Tutorial: Calculated Fields in a Query in Access Databases

This is part 12 of a multiple part series of the Access 2016 tutorial. This session focuses on concepts related to creating a calculated field in a query in Access. Learn more at

In more detail, this session we will focus on:
Sometimes one needs to calculate two or more fields from a query and post the total or calculation in a new field. This video covers all the steps to do this calculation by using the Query Builder feature in Access 2016.

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Video URL: The full tutorial is coming soon. Stay tuned. Access 2016 Part I is here if you want to start from the beginning:

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