By Richard Rost 34 days ago
3 Methods for Creating Tables to Track Transactions
In this Microsoft Access tutorial, I'm going to show you my three different methods for tracking transactions: using a single field, using two fields, and using a single field with a transaction type field.
Ian from Columbus, Ohio (Platinum Member) asks: I'm designing a database to track my bank transactions. Should I use separate tables for deposits and withdrawals?
Members will learn how to setup the third, most advanced transaction table with the transaction types.
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