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#1 Uraiser


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Posted 27 August 2008 - 11:27 AM

Alright, I haven't worked with Access in quite some time, and yesterday I was asked to create a database for work. Its a database with so far, 2 tables, it uses the second table as a reference of sku's for the first table.

Now, my question is, I need to obtain a number of 6 records on the table, once I have 6 or more, I need a button, or a one touch function that will export the table with the 6 or more records to an excel spreadsheet, and then have it email itself automatically to our accountant.

If there are less than 6 records, it should give an error and not export to excel, or be emailed.

Is this possible to do with just one button?

Edited by Uraiser, 27 August 2008 - 11:30 AM.

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