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I need a template to manage importations and exportations ?

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

  1. Salomon

    Salomon
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    Hi, I need to get a template to manage importations, exportations and
    inventory.
    Please help me.
    Thank you
     
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  3. CharlesGuzman@gmail.com

    CharlesGuzman@gmail.com
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    Salomon,

    Though your description is very brief, I think you need a macro that
    will do the work for you. Create a macro, then use the 'Transfer
    Database' function. Also make a form with three text boxes. One text
    box is to type the location of your database to export to or from. The
    second text box is to type the name of the table you wish to export.
    The Third box is on the form is to type in the name of the destination
    table (what you want to call the table). Then in your macro, in the
    'DatabaseName' slot, put without the quotes:
    "=[Forms]![FormName]![Text1]". In the 'Source' box, put the name of
    the table you wish to export or import. or use the second text box by
    typing in this: "=Forms!FormName!Text2". Destination is what you want
    to call the table or object on the remote side. Type in a value or use
    the thrid text box by typeing in: "=forms!formname!text3". Then
    attatch it to a button on the form and set your warnings to No. You're
    off. you can use this with linking tables too and make your own table
    linker. The one ms access provides is pretty lame and you have to
    enter the destination for every table which gets annoying. Let me know
    if this is what you meant.

    Charlie


    Salomon wrote:
    > Hi, I need to get a template to manage importations, exportations and
    > inventory.
    > Please help me.
    > Thank you
     
  4. John Vinson

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    On Fri, 21 Jul 2006 13:28:01 -0700, Salomon
    <Salomon@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote:

    >Hi, I need to get a template to manage importations, exportations and
    >inventory.
    >Please help me.
    >Thank you


    Are you talking about importing and exporting database objects, for
    database design?

    Or about importing and exporting physical products from overseas?

    I doubt that there is a template that specific. You can search for
    Inventory templates on google - there are many - and add your own
    customization to handle the specific issues of import and export; or
    hire a developer to build it for you.

    John W. Vinson[MVP]
     

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