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Form/Query "how to" question

Discussion in 'Information Technology' started by H2OBOWL, Jul 28, 2006.

  1. H2OBOWL

    H2OBOWL
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    I'm setting up a db to keep track of my checkbook (debits/deposits, future
    scheduled debits, what's cleared the bank and what hasn't, and the dates
    items clear, etc).
    I'm trying to create a form to enter the dates that items clear the bank. I
    want the form to only show records (in a sort of list format) for the items
    that I haven't previously entered a "cleared date" for. And then next to
    each record a text box for me to type in a cleared date.
    How do I create a form that pulls up records with blank "cleared date" fields?
    And then how would I design the form so that the records are sort of
    "listed" with a box next to each where I enter the cleared date for that
    transaction?
    Thanks a lot for your help.
     
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  3. Debra Farnham

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    Create a query using the fields desired for the form. The criteria for the
    "cleared date" will be Is Null. That will return only records where you
    have not filled in a date.

    Next create a tabular form based on the query. The Form Wizard should be
    able to adequately achieve what you are desiring.

    Hope this helps.

    Debra

    "H2OBOWL" <H2OBOWL@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
    news:7D998BC8-B808-4D36-9AFA-FBC5E1DD45C1@microsoft.com...
    > I'm setting up a db to keep track of my checkbook (debits/deposits, future
    > scheduled debits, what's cleared the bank and what hasn't, and the dates
    > items clear, etc).
    > I'm trying to create a form to enter the dates that items clear the bank.
    > I
    > want the form to only show records (in a sort of list format) for the
    > items
    > that I haven't previously entered a "cleared date" for. And then next to
    > each record a text box for me to type in a cleared date.
    > How do I create a form that pulls up records with blank "cleared date"
    > fields?
    > And then how would I design the form so that the records are sort of
    > "listed" with a box next to each where I enter the cleared date for that
    > transaction?
    > Thanks a lot for your help.
     
  4. H2OBOWL

    H2OBOWL
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    Thank you.


    "Debra Farnham" wrote:

    > Create a query using the fields desired for the form. The criteria for the
    > "cleared date" will be Is Null. That will return only records where you
    > have not filled in a date.
    >
    > Next create a tabular form based on the query. The Form Wizard should be
    > able to adequately achieve what you are desiring.
    >
    > Hope this helps.
    >
    > Debra
     
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