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By Richard Rost   Richard Rost on Twitter Richard Rost on LinkedIn Email Richard Rost   10 months ago

Customer-Specific Product Pricing for Invoices

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In this video I will show you how to set up product pricing that can be set different for each customer.

Gianna from Montreal, Quebec (a Platinum Member) asks: I'm using your Invoicing Template which is very helpful. Thank you. Is there any way to setup pricing that is specific to each customer? I have certain customers that get special discounts due to the overall volume they purchase? It’s not a blanket discount. I’d like to modify the prices of certain products just for them.


Members will learn how to apply these techniques to the Members Only Invoicing Database which allows them to pick from a list of products to add to the invoice.

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James Hopkins 
7 months ago
Hey Richard, I been using Invoicing Template. But I trying to figure out how to do an "Mass Price Update" that updates all or substance records in a Table. Should I use an "Update Query" that I can use with an "Form" to enter the updated pricing? Please Help... Read More...
Scott Axton
7 months ago
James -

Yep you have the idea.  Watch this video:  
         Update Queries

#1.  BACK UP YOUR DATA ( In case you goof up.  This is true any way but especially when making big changes.)
#2. Create a regular select query to see that you have the correct records selected.
#3. Change the query to an Update query and fill in the appropriate price field with what you want to update it to.
Example: if you want to increase PRICE by 10% the update to criteria would be PRICE * 1.1
or if you just want to increase everything by 50 cents it would be PRICE + .50


Another tip:  Make a little Test DB or download Richards FREE TechHelp db (links in the video above) and play with it.

Richard Rost
7 months ago
Scott FTW
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