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12/7/2016 5:41:14 PM
Access Advanced 2 is Finished
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Microsoft Access TutorialsThe newest Access class, Advanced Level 2, is now available in the Online Theater, and for download. If you're on the waiting list, you should get your copy today or tomorrow. You can ORDER HERE. A full outline will be posted shortly. Here's what's covered:

00. Intro (2:33)

01. Add New Order Button (7:28)
Open Form to New Record
GoToRecord, New
Add New Order Button on CustomerF
Add New Order Button on OrderListF

02. Add Details Before Order (20:29)
Adding Child Records Before Parent
Missing Parent ID
Before Insert Event

03. Quote or Invoice Caption (28:23)
Toggle Button
Bind Button to Data
SetProperty Command
On Click Event
Caption Property
Change from Record to Record
Change on Form Open
On Current Event
External Macros
RunMacro Command
Reusing Code / Macros
SetValue Command
Enabled Property

04. Review (4:05)

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Access Advanced 2 is Finished Comment from Otto @ 12/16/2016
Not exactly. In this tip you create a button to copy 1 record. But in my order each line is a record and I want to copy all records that are in this order.
I use the same also for quotations. Sometimes we need to make a new version of the quotation and I want to keep each version of a quotation number in the database. So I need to copy all records from a quotation number + version number into a new version.

Reply from Alex Hedley:

So you would just need to use a LOOP to get them all.
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Access Advanced 2 is Finished Comment from Otto @ 12/9/2016
Would it be possible in Advanced 3 to include how to copy an order, make some changes and then add it as a new order? (I have repetitive orders with many lines with some minor changes and I would like to avoid to type in each line again for a repetitive order with the risk of misspelling.)

Reply from Alex Hedley:

Like this tip - Copy Last Record?
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