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Old May 25th, 2006, 06:04 AM
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Default auto fill field

HI,
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I HAVE TO FEED A LOT OF CHECKS IN A SOFTWARE WHICH IS MADE IN ACCESS
THE FIELD IS CHEQUE_NuMBER. Is it possible when i feed one cheque like 300201 when i will go next record it will automatically filled the next number like 300202.

please reply as soon as possible

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Old May 26th, 2006, 08:19 AM
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Did you find a solution? You can do this by taking the current PK and check number from the current form, searching the table for the current PK - 1, and taking the check number + 1 from that record and putting it in your CHEQUE_NUMBER field.

This means your PK and check number fields must be number fields (auto number for PK).

Do you need help doing this? If so, post the table information noted in the description above.

mmcdonal





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