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Notebook

Notebook

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Is it possible to have a tabbed notebook with the first pane containing just client details in table order with the second pane showing an order entry for that client? ie a many to one relationship on the second pane. At present if I base the second pane on the orders table only the relevant client shows on the first pane. (does that make sense?)
If so, how?

Happy New Year, Lewy

RE: Notebook

Lewy,

I have just noticed this and it is so long ago I assume that you have sorted it out or no longer need to.  I have probably misunderstood what you are trying to do but would it not be possible to put a table frame of client details on to the tab first pane?

Regards

Bystander

RE: Notebook

(OP)
Thanks Bystander for replying. I have actually gone off on a different track in the end.

Regards,

Lewy

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