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  • I mentioned a LOT of different links in this course. I moved them all to this page: Links



  • Thanks to Dan Jackson for bringing this to my attention. In Lesson 12 (Customer Reports) at both time indexes 8:10 and again at 13:35, I mention that I'm not sure why the report wizard is putting LastName, then FirstName, then CustomerID in that order. Dan pointed out it's due to my sort order. I sorted the fields in that order. Duh! You're absolutely right Dan. Momentary brain fart on my part. I don't usually build reports using that wizard (unless I'm teaching a class) so it totally escaped me at the moment. 

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I run a business that has three types of customers Upload Images   Link  
Joe Sabo 
6 years ago
I run a business that has three types of customers. They are retail, commercial, and industrial, where ie, retail requires less fields than commercial or industial customers.  Additionally, we perform multiple services to some or all customers (not labor/time trackable) along with selling various types of inventory.  Could you steer me in the right direction to construct tables?

Reply from Alex Hedley:

You could create 4 Tables, 1 with the generic values that all will use, then a new table for each of the three,
Now link them with a key.
You could then have sub forms or panels and only show those if they choose a type
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