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Default SORTING an table

I currently have this data in the "tbl_Infor" Tbale

Tlb_name RowNo Comments
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MPI 1 Username
MPI 2 Forename
MPI 5 Date
MPI 3 ****
MPI 4 Address
LRD 1 Car
LRD 4 Year
LRD 2 Make
LRD 3 Colour
LRD 5 MODS
LRD 6 TAX DATE


I need a sort function in vba or an SQL statement that will sort the table in order of row number (See below)

Tlb_name RowNo Comments
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MPI 1 Username
MPI 2 Forename
MPI 3 ****
MPI 4 Address
MPI 5 Date
LRD 1 Car
LRD 2 Make
LRD 3 Colour
LRD 4 Year
LRD 5 MODS
LRD 6 TAX DATE


Any ideas on how this can be done thanks.


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In general the SQL statement would be something like

SELECT * FROM TableName ORDER BY RowNo

Caution: Don't use reserved words and functions as field names. Currently you have DATE and YEAR as fields. Change those. They will cause problems later if you leave them as is.

Also, you have a field called ****. Is that for real or are you hiding something from us for security reasons? If that's the real name, change that, too!

Avoid spaces in field names. Change TAX DATE to TAX_DATE or dtmTaxDate, etc.



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