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By Richard Rost   Richard Rost on Twitter Richard Rost on LinkedIn Email Richard Rost   3 months ago

Show a Customer's Available Credit in MS Access

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In my TechHelp Free Template, which is the database that I use for most of my videos, we can track customers and orders. There is a CreditLimit field but we don't use it at all. So in this video I'll show you how to display how much credit a customer has available by adding up all of their unpaid order totals subtracting that from the credit limit to show their available credit.

Roger from Salt Lake City, Utah (a Gold Member) asks: In your database you have a credit limit field but you don't do anything with it. How can I see how much credit a customer has available before they put an order in?


Members will learn how to update the available credit in real time on the customer form as the order is changed (items are added, changed, or deleted) and we will prevent the user from going over the customers available credit.

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  • Here's that DSum statement:

    ​​​​=Nz(DSum("OrderTotal","OrderTotalQ","CustomerID=" & Nz([CustomerID],0) & " AND IsPaid=FALSE"),0)

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