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Access Developer 24 Lessons

Welcome to Access Developer 24 Total running time is 1 hour and 54 minutes.

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Carl Bush 
42 days ago
Hi Oh Great one I have bought and watched Access developer 24 and as always awesome. The situation I have is I want to copy the quote to make it into a contract, at present I have QuoteT and QuotedetailsT I'm thinking I also need ContractT and ContractdetailsT.  Can I create a form for contracts and copy everything from the quote form to the contract form. The reason for this is I want to keep the original quote to refer back to, but once it becomes a contract it may be subject to change then when the job is complete I need to produce an invoice.


Juan C Rivera
42 days ago
Hi Carl, this is explained and shown how to manage in the Developer courses.  It was a case of printing an invoice but later had to update the address, and still keep the original quote for record keeping.  look in the Develop 20 and up Richard goes into greate detail as to why you may need to keep the original record.  Short answer Yes but you will need to follow the class and understand the method to his madness.

Richard Rost
39 days ago
Hi Carl. I answered your email, but I'll post what I wrote here for everyone else's benefit too: D24 is exactly what you need. You want to copy an quote and make it an invoice. That lesson shows you how to make a copy of an invoice. All you need to do following that is have a field in your OrderT that indicates whether or not it's a QUOTE or an INVOICE. That's the only difference. A Yes/No field. You don't need to separate sets of tables. If you even want to link one to the other you can. Just put an OriginalQuoteID field in the OrderT. I cover differentiating between a Quote and an Invoice in the same table in Access Expert 10, but honestly if you can understand the material in Developer 24, you probably don't need it.
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