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Adding reccords in tables automatically

Adding reccords in tables automatically

Adding reccords in tables automatically

(OP)
I have 4 tables. Tables A,B,C,D.   
   
                       tD
                        ^
                        ^
tA-----------------tB >>>>>>> tC
             
Table A and B are connected by a one to many relationship by a customer id #.  Table B is connected to tables C & D by a one to many relationship with a contract #. I was wondering if there is any way to fix it so when I entered a name and ID # into A, it could create a reccord in B with that information.  Likewise for B.  When I go to B and enter contract #s, it would create reccords in C and D. I hope this makes sense! Any insight would be appreciated!
Thanks!
Kate

RE: Adding reccords in tables automatically

What if you created a field in Table B, use the LOOKUP feature to see the fields you want in Table A....?  and the same with Table B,C, and D?

RE: Adding reccords in tables automatically

(OP)
Thanks! That's a really good idea. I was hoping to have it done for me though.  So when you are entering info into a form, you can just open up the next part and it will all be there for you. That way you don't have to re-enter info all the time, you know?

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