By Richard Rost 28 days ago
Collect Signatures on Access Forms with InkPicture
In this Microsoft Access tutorial I'm going to show you how to use the InkPicture control to capture customer signatures directly into your Microsoft Access database.
Ralph from Reno, Nevada (Platinum Member) asks: Is there a way to capture customer signatures directly into my Access database like the way that the post office does with their tablets when they drop off a package that requires a signature? My field agents already have Windows-based tablets that run our Access database so I'm wondering if this is something that is easily done or not?
Members will learn how to save the signature with a filename based on the OrderID and then display it on the order form and invoice report. We will also make a button to clear the signature if the user wants to start over.
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