I have an invoice entry form that has a subform on it to hold all of the invoice lines. My client often adds comments about a particular invoice line immediately after that line of the invoice (entering comments as their own invoice lines). They often enter comments for several different items on the invoice.
Can someone recommend a code sample that would allow me to insert a blank line in the invoice detail lines wherever the client needs to (rather than just at the end)?
At the moment, my plan is to write code to move all the lines after the insert point down. But before I re-invent the wheel, I was wondering if there was something out there for this already.
Thank you very much, Jeff. Really ... that's a VERY generous offer. But I think I will spare you the time it would take. I'm going to add my own sequence number to each record and just renumber them as
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