I have an Access database, built from a survey of university students. Among other things, there are fields for how many hours a week the students dedicates to reading class material, and, if they have a job, how many hours a week they work.

What I need to do is create a table. Each column in the table should be a range of hours of study. For example, column 1 would be "up to 5 hours", column 2 should be "between 5 and 10 hours", and so on. The rows should be the same, but with working hours. The idea is that, for example, one can ask "Of the students who study very little, how many of them do so because they don't have time because they work?", and then you check the "Up to 5 hours of study a week" column, and you see how many students don't work, how many work a bit, and how many work a lot.

I realize this may not be very clear, so maybe a rough representation of the table would help (the numbers are made up):

```
| Hours of study |
| < 5 | 5-10 | 10-15 | 15+ |
-------------+-----+------+-------+-----+
Hours <10 | 35 | 15 | 10 | 5 |
of 10-40 | 30 | 18 | 7 | 2 |
work 40+ | 40 | 10 | 3 | 1 |
-------------+-----+------+-------+-----+
```

Here we can see that very few manage to study and work a lot, while many have plenty of time but don't study much.

What I need is a way to build a table like this, using Access or maybe Excel if it's better suited for this. I know some SQL, so it's okay to use it for this.