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Find and Replace operation

Discussion in 'Information Technology' started by frank, Nov 4, 2005.

  1. frank

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    I need to find a field with empty cells and replace them with value "0". But
    from the "edit" --> "find/replace" can only find an existing value (not empty
    cell) to replace. Anyone know how to solve it?

    thank you
     
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  3. Megan

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    i would write an update query. open a new query, choose your table and double
    click the field you want to update with 0 to insert it into the query. On the
    standard menu, click on "Query" and choose "Update Query". In the "critera"
    box type Is Null, in the "update to" box, type 0 and run the query.

    "frank" wrote:

    > I need to find a field with empty cells and replace them with value "0". But
    > from the "edit" --> "find/replace" can only find an existing value (not empty
    > cell) to replace. Anyone know how to solve it?
    >
    > thank you
     
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