WHERE Test1.col1 IS NULL, Test1.col2 IS NULL;I am looking for a wild card approach.
Well, sorry but the answer is no. The WHERE clause in Access does not have that kind of approach, and it can only contain up to 40 expressions linked by logical operators. There are some options in SQL Server like CONTAINSTABLE, but it's used to locate strings in all the records from a previous Full Text Indexed Table.
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