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Stock Code and Pricelist File Upload Images   Link  
Julian Dyer 
8 hours ago

I am sure I've see a youtube video but don't know what the search term would be.

I have a stock table and a pricelist table. I want to input the item price on the stock table file as I add new lines however I want to add/amend the pricelist table when I have a supplier annual price increase. Read More...
Alex Hedley
8 hours ago
Adam Schwanz
8 hours ago
You just need to use a AfterUpdate when you change the price, to go find the price in the other table and update it.

For instance


If PriceField <> "" Then
Dim X
X = DLookup("Price", "ProductList", "ProductID=" & ProductField)
If X = PriceField Then
  Exit Sub
  CurrentDb.Execute "UPDATE ProductList SET Price=" & PriceField & " WHERE ProductID=" & ProductField
End If
End If
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Forms Desktoplaptop Upload Images   Link  
James Speckmann 
10 hours ago
Hi Richard,  I copied my access database from my desktop to my laptop.  I have a form designed and when I look at it in on the laptop some fields overlap!!! When I print it on my printer it prints perfect.  When I hold up the printout from both computers on top of each other there is no difference. Hove you seen this before? What other info do you need from me to prove I an not going CRAZY!!!
Alex Hedley
10 hours ago
Can you share screenshots from both computers?

What are the screen resolutions of both?
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Planning a Database Outline Upload Images   Link  
Dan Dewey 
38 hours ago
I am trying to develop a database outline/flow chart and I am having difficulty getting started.  Are there any references I could review to help move forward with my project. Read More...
Alex Hedley
37 hours ago
Have you watched Beginner Level 1?
Richard Rost
34 hours ago
Yeah, B1 covers a lot of that. Also the Relationship Seminar.
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