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access 2013 database

Discussion in 'Business Applications' started by nphcpa, May 5, 2014.

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  1. nphcpa

    nphcpa Thread Starter

    May 5, 2014
    Built an accounting database:AR, AP, CD,PR,JE, GL........etc.

    Looking for help with some access 2013 issues.

    1 Need to tie all those tables to create a general leger and a financial statement(It's not the GL I'm concerning
    about as much as how to move data from tables to GL

    e.g.- For AP every entry on a form has two sides one debit another credit and they need to be reflected in
    GL by account number and that where my problem is

    2 In my forms need to have a multiple line entries per transaction (like a sales order)
  2. OBP

    OBP Trusted Advisor

    Mar 8, 2005
    nphcpa, welcome to the forum.
    I am not sure what "AR, AP, CD,PR,JE, GL........etc." are, but it sounds like the overall design of the database may not be optimal.
    The fact that you have to have the "move data from tables to GL" suggests that the data should be in a GL table but identified by it's source and split up via Queries for data input/editing.
    As for item 2 it sounds like you should have a "Line Entry" sub table and subform for the Transactions.
    Can you show me a screenshot of your table Relationships?
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