I am trying to keep track of my invoices and need to create an access database. The idea is quite simple though i cannot get this to work.
All the orders come in at different times in the week though the order can be from the same person (i.e. they could order on monday and then order on thursday)
This is straight forward one form that does this for me
Next at the end of every week i need to do a query/report that sorts all the orders taken and groups them by customer name and this is then the invoice (the report is easy though i need to put an invoice number on it this is the wierd part)
At the end of the month i need to accumulate all the invoices for each customer and put them on a statement (invoices from the past 30/31 days)
I have been trying this for ages and cannot get this to work. Does anyone have any ideas or any sample databases to start me off
Have you considered coming at this from a different angle?
Start with 3 tables:
tblInvoices (with fields InvoiceID, CustomerID, DateInvoiceCreated, DateInvoiceSent)tblCustomers (with fields CustomerID,
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