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MS Access: Retrieve Top N records from a query in Access 2007

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Question: In Microsoft Access 2007, I'd like to retrieve only the first 6 records from a query. How can I do this?

Answer: We'll demonstrate how to do this with an example below.

We have a query as follows:

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As you can see that we get more than 6 records returned.

To limit the results of this Access query to only display the first 6 records, we need to open the query in Design view. Right-click somewhere in the Query window beside a table (but not on a table) and select Properties from the popup menu.

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When the Query Properties window appears, change the "Top Values" property to 6. Then close the property editor by clicking the X in the top right corner.

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Now when we run our query, only the first 6 records are returned.

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