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Barry Luz

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About Barry Luz

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    newbie
  • Birthday 06/30/1955

Profile Information

  • Title
    Senior Sales Engineer
  • Industry
    Security Systems
  • Gender
    Male
  • Location
    Southern California

FileMaker Experience

  • Skill Level
    Novice
  • FM Application
    17

Platform Environment

  • OS Platform
    Mac
  • OS Version
    High Sierra
  1. @comment, Thank you so much for taking the time to help me with this. You are absolutely correct about the Estimate Data table. I was able to change the Description field as you suggested to the Estimate Data table and it works! I had already created the Description field in the table and had just not changed it's association on the layout. Doohh! I appreciate your time and thanks again!
  2. Thank you for enduring my simple question, but I just couldn't find this issue in the Forums. I'm using the FM Starter database "Estimates" and have heavily modified it (added fields, buttons etc...) to make it more usable for our Company. As you may know, the Estimates database is three integrated databases (Customers, Products & Estimates). I have successfully (thanks to the help on this Forum!) implemented many very useful features, but one eludes me. When you enter an Item, the Description is copied from the Products database auto-magically (I didn't mess with this). However, some in the company want to be able to change the Product's Description (add to, delete words) for a particular Estimate. But, when you change the Item Description in the portal row, it changes the Description for the Product in ALL the Estimates. We, of course, do not want this. So, how can I make the Description field "editable" (based on the imported Product Description) WITHOUT changing the original product Description? Sort of making the Description a "one-way" import from the Product page. Thank you in advance for your help and advice!
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