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  1. We have Microsoft Access 2010 as a database for our closed files and have just gone from No. 9999 to 10000 (from 4 numbers to 5 numbers) and now instead of continuing on with numbering after 9999, Access has begun the numbers beginning with 10000 at the TOP of our database, so whenever we enter a new number, we now have to go to the very BOTTOM to enter that new number, but when we get out of Access and then get back in it, that new number (and all of the next new numbers) will be located at the TOP of Access, instead of continuing on at the BOTTOM like it always has. Is there any way at all
  2. Okay, this sound pretty strange to me. I can access a couple of web sites in one location but not another (geographic) here while I am in NYC this week?When I try at one location it just spins and then says not available.When I run the check in my Windows 7 system it says everything is confiured right but these specific locations aren't responding?Sorry for the stupic question but it is a real one. Thanks
  3. I already have a list of invoice numbers and wish to auto increment the number from where I stopped. I do not want an auto number. I read in Microsoft Access for Dummies 2010 in a tip "if you want to get fancy, create a macro that automatically fills in the next invoice number in sequence", but that is all the information I can find. Can you help?ThanksBarbara
  4. I'm a student mailing you from India. I'm doing a MIS project in a SME company called Quest. Though it seemed a straight forward project, we sorta have hit a road block. I'm a complete NON-IT guy and the project is tended towards Information collation and the company right now follows a manual record keeping(data entry in books) system. The project was to be done with a ZERO-INVESTMENT policy in mind. So we thought that MS-Access would be a good start. The template CALL-TRACKER is a perfect suit for our requirements, but it needs a little tweaking with the addition of some fields necessary. I
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