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notes through portal

notes through portal

notes through portal

Hi, I have a portal with 2 fields "Action" and "date" and this works fine.
The user enters "action" from a drop down list such as "Contacted buyer" or "sent email" then puts the date in the next field.

Underneath I have a notes field which is just a text box.
I would like the notes field to be inndividual to each row of the portal, so if you click on a port row it
shows the notes for that row, click on the next row it shows the notes for that row and so on but not in the portal itself,
in the notes field below it.

Can this be done?

RE: notes through portal

here is a quickie sample database that I hope does what you have described. What you seem to want to do is fairly simple so you should have no problem seeing how its done in the sample file and applying it to your solution.  

RE: notes through portal

Nice and simple i like it

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