Sometimes, you want to use a query as a starting point for another query in your database.
Right-click the query in the Navigation Pane, and click Copy.
Paste it into the Navigation Pane.
When you do this, Access will prompt you for a new name for the query.
You can also copy a query from one Access database to another.
Open the "target" database in Access.
Start a new "instance" of Access by clicking the Access icon on the Windows Start menu or from a shortcut.
Select the query in the Navigation Pane in the first database and drag it to the other Access window.
Want to copy a table, form, report, or other object? You can do the same thing; just drag and drop.
Starting Access again means your computer is running Access in two places at once (two "instances"), which lets you have two databases open at the same time — notice that if you have only one instance of Access running, the current database closes when you open another database.