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I need your suggestions on create a form for an invoice as follows:

- Add each item to be included in the form by pressing a button (the product comes from a table)
- Save all these items in other table

Thanks in advance for the assistance.

RE: Invoice

How about using a fieldset instead of a table?

RE: Invoice

Some basic steps off the top of my head:

1. Open Visual Studio.
2. Create a web project.
3. Add a new page.
4. Add a gridview.
5. In one of the gridview columns, add a dropdown to select the product.
6. Add a button to save.
7. In code behind for the save button, write code to send gridview contents to table.


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