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Account Balances 4
By Richard Rost   Richard Rost on LinkedIn Email Richard Rost   10 months ago

Track Account Balances & Transactions, Part 4

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This is part 4 of my Microsoft Access Account Balances tutorial series. In this series we will build a database to track your account balances and daily transactions.

Today we're going to recalculate the actual balance and change the DateUpdated field any time one of the other fields is edited. We'll create a DoRecalc event handler function and requery the data in place. We'll set any of those fields to zero if the user deletes them. We'll also run our DoRecalc if a field is double-clicked. We'll add the pending value to the balance on double-click. We'll work on our tab stops, and add some conditional formatting to the DateUpdated field so that we can see which accounts haven't been updated recently (current, week, month). 


Members will fix the DoStartup routine which I broke last week. We're going to add back in that routine to check for linked tables, but also check for accounts. And we'll upgrade our StatusBox function to change red if it's an urgent error.

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