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3/31/2013 10:41:36 PM
Access Loan Amortization Seminar
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This was only supposed to be a quick 30-minute tutorial, and it ballooned up into almost 6 hours, but it covers a lot of great material. If you want to learn how to manage loans in Access, this is the seminar for you.

This seminar will teach you how to calculate a complete Loan Amortization Schedule in Microsoft Access.

1. Learn how to calculate loan payments
2. Create a complete amortization schedule
3. Work with flexible loan terms
4. Manage multiple loans per client and per loan provider
5. Generate reports such as an aged accounts receivable

You can watch the introductory lesson which explains everything covered in the seminar PLUS download a free working database template here: Microsoft Access Loan Amortization Seminar

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Access Loan Amortization Seminar Comment from Maryann Beach @ 10/14/2017
yes


Reply from Alex Hedley:

Is the form "LoanF" open? (Forms!LoanF!LoanID)
Does LoanId have a value?
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Access Loan Amortization Seminar Comment from Maryann B @ 10/12/2017
I have completed a database using this seminar and it was working perfectly until I put the tables on SharePoint. Now on the ClientF form when I click on the "Add New Loan" button I get an error "Invalid use of Null". Why is it giving me this error? when I click on debug it takes me to this vba code and points to the 7th line (X = Forms!LoanF!LoanID)

Private Sub Command5_Click()

    Dim X As Long

    DoCmd.Echo False, "Opening..."
    DoCmd.OpenForm "LoanF", , , , acFormAdd
    Forms!LoanF!LoanAmount = 1
    'Forms!LoanF!Description = "NEW LOAN"
    X = Forms!LoanF!LoanID
    DoCmd.Close acForm, "LoanF", acSaveYes
    DoCmd.OpenForm "LoanF", , , "LoanID=" & X
    DoCmd.Echo True
    
End Sub

I am not sure if this is the right place to submit my question or if it should be done on TechHelp. I am in a big pinch at the moment with this problem and have been unable to find a solution. I really hope you can help me with this and if this isn't the correct place to post this please direct me to the correct place to get the fastest response. Thanks, Maryann


Reply from Alex Hedley:

Are you using a Sharepoint List as a Table?
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Access Loan Amortization Seminar Comment from Eleanor M @ 5/14/2013
I would love to see this as well addendums, especially the late payments.
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