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You may have created a database that contains tables with hundreds or even thousands of records. You will need to find a way to list meaningful data, such as all employees in the same department or all customers who have ordered the same product. To perform simple operations on fields in a table, you can use a filter. With a filter, you ask Access to literally filter out all records that don't match your requirements.