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Did you know that you can show a bar graph in an Access query? It is easy using a simple formula to show Unicode block characters.
Use the built-in functions String and ChrW (variation of Chr) to display a graph by repeating a Unicode character a calculated (or specified) number of times -- and this is all text!
Graphs appear on every record in the color you want ... give life to numbers. Hopes this enables you ideas to visualize your data in new ways ~
this video shows another example of using Unicode in a query:
Triangles! and Circles! in a Microsoft Access Query -- Get Previous Record too
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