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How to make a production schedule for recipies

Discussion in 'Information Technology' started by JHM, Oct 31, 2005.

  1. JHM

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    Hi,
    Can this discussion group please provide me with ideas on how I would set up
    a Access Database for a production schedule for recipies? Each day has 15
    unique recipies to be made. What will change each day will be the reagent
    used and the lot number but the recipie will be the same, steps 1-19 for
    example. I need this to be printed in Word and I have no clues. I can
    create a database with the reagent name and lot number and can dump that into
    the form. Where would I then put the steps 1-19 for the instructions? I
    need it to be spaced properly with a blank before the step so that it can be
    signed off that the step was performed.
    I tired entering a memo in a form but the spacing is off and I can not space
    it correctly. Also I will need help calculating dates such as one year from
    the date of production, using the date the form was printed as the date of
    production and then calculating a one year date from this date.
    Any help will greatly be appreciated.

    Thank You!
     
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  3. ldiaz

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    You can look in the Templets of Microsoft office.
    or also you can search some help in these site.

    www.QBuilt.com for all your database needs.
    www.Access.QBuilt.com for Microsoft Access tips.

    www.mvps.org

    "JHM" wrote:

    > Hi,
    > Can this discussion group please provide me with ideas on how I would set up
    > a Access Database for a production schedule for recipies? Each day has 15
    > unique recipies to be made. What will change each day will be the reagent
    > used and the lot number but the recipie will be the same, steps 1-19 for
    > example. I need this to be printed in Word and I have no clues. I can
    > create a database with the reagent name and lot number and can dump that into
    > the form. Where would I then put the steps 1-19 for the instructions? I
    > need it to be spaced properly with a blank before the step so that it can be
    > signed off that the step was performed.
    > I tired entering a memo in a form but the spacing is off and I can not space
    > it correctly. Also I will need help calculating dates such as one year from
    > the date of production, using the date the form was printed as the date of
    > production and then calculating a one year date from this date.
    > Any help will greatly be appreciated.
    >
    > Thank You!
     
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