How to set up a simple form

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Hello! I'm very new to Access and have a question. I have a database set up and a form designed. I carrier items from an auction house, package them and ship them. I need a way to input client data and record of its progress (quoted, picked up, processed, shipped, etc). Once it has shipped, I'd like for the record to move to another database. So essentially one database for "in process" orders and another for "processed/shipped" orders. Is this possible and how do I accomplish it?

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  • TomLiotta
    Courses are available on-line for self-learning. CharlieBrowne recently posted an example of a site that supplies training. One example Access exercise for creating forms is at Free Microsoft Access 2010 training exercise. Self-learning is one alternative to hiring some help. -- Tom
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