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Quote, Invoice, Receipt
By Richard Rost   Richard Rost on Twitter Richard Rost on LinkedIn Email Richard Rost   5 months ago

Change Orders from Quote to Invoice to Receipt

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In this video, I will show you how to change a quotation to an invoice, and then to a paid receipt in your Microsoft Access order entry database.

Ethan from Orlando, Florida (a Gold Member) asks: I've been using your Invoicing database for a while now. It's very helpful. Thank you. Is there any way that I can differentiate between quotations (estimates), invoices, and paid receipts? Do I need to copy all the data between three tables?


Members will learn how to do the same thing using VBA directly in the report. We will also add a nice red PAID stamp, and we will add some logic to make our order form smart: if the user clicks PAID then we will mark it as NOT a quotation, and if it is already paid they cannot switch it back to a quote without un-checking the PAID box.

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James Hopkins 
3 months ago
Hey Richard, I been using the 'Invoicing Template' for setting up our company database. But I am wondering if there a way to change a 'Invoice or Estimate' to a new status with a Combo Box. So when you click-on data selected Data in the Combo Box to set the updated status in the Tables. I am Wondering how the best way to go about do this CORRECTLY?
Richard Rost
3 months ago
It's pretty much the same thing as what I show in this video. Instead of using a YN field, just change it to a Long and use a combo box.
James Hopkins
3 months ago
Oh okay, thank you so much for your time and help.
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