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Creating Muliple Records from single Form

SparkyP asked
Last Modified: 2014-08-21
We are Setting up a Standards database for customers. We have a data entry form for our administrator to add new customers. There are 5 different standards that apply to customers, some require all standards, others might have only 2 of the five, or any permutation of the 5.

I want to be able to add the new customer with the form and have check boxes against each of the 5 standards, when the form is saved each of the selected standards creates a new record against that customer.

Can you help please?
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Thanks Scott
Scott McDaniel (EE MVE )Infotrakker Software
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I'm curious why you'd grade this a B without asking for more help.


Sorry Scott

I'm not 100% au fait with the scoring system. No reflection on the answer just a misunderstanding. Kind Regards Mark

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