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account payable access templete

Posted on 2012-04-12
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Is there a database template out there that will show me Purchase Order
details and track the invoices and payments until the PO is spent? I would
like the capability to indicate alterations to the PO amount. I am hoping to
find a template.
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Question by:mmously
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mmously,
you can not find a template tailored fit for your requirement.

see this link

http://office.microsoft.com/en-us/templates/CT010142603.aspx?av=ZAC

* Order management, time and billing, expense etc...

hth
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by:Jeffrey Coachman
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Also note that this functionality is available in most off-the-shelf Purchase order software packages.
With an off-the-shelf  there is no development time, there is full support, many are web based.

In other words, with many of these packages being less than 500USD, ...
Why re-invent the wheel here?

I can post a simple "PO payments reconcile" db later if you like...
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by:Jeffrey Coachman
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See this basic sample for how to reconcile multiple payments against a PO balance due amount
Access-Basic-CalculateOrdersPaym.mdb
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I've requested that this question be deleted for the following reason:

ignored the requested data
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Both Experts posts were applicable to your question.
1. Capricorn1 posted a link to the Access templates database site and you would have found this
This would satisfy your requirement of needing a "template"

2. I posted a functioning sample database illustrating how to: "track the invoices and payments until the PO is spent".

So I am confused as to why you are wanting to close this question after 6 months without replying to these applicable posts?

JeffCoachman
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thanks for your feeds
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