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Inventory Control Database in Access

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Using the Inventory Control Database in Access 2000:

1. How do I add to the list for Category under Products?

2. What does Lead Time mean? Is this field important for calculations?

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Brandy
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1.  Choose Enter/View Other Info from the main switchboard, then choose Enter/View categories

2.  Lead Time is how long it takes for a product to be delivered or manufactured - eg if someone orders a TV, it may take 2 weeks to obtain from the manufacturer if you are out of stock
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Hi brandy, where is the inventory? do you mean systeminfo?
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