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By Richard Rost   Richard Rost on LinkedIn Email Richard Rost   11 months ago

Save Notes from Customer Form to Contact History


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In this Microsoft Access tutorial I'm going to show you how to take notes from your customer form and archive them by saving them in your contact history which you can view in the contact history form and we'll do this with one click and a little tiny bit of VBA.

Grace from Albany, New York (a Platinum Member) asks: I like to keep notes visible on the customer form for the latest info on a client. However, when that's no longer valid, and I need to change it with something else, I don't want to lose what was there. Is there any way to archive that information when something new is typed in?

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