Contract management database template


R

RBM

Our company needs a database to track about 60 contracts we have with
customers. We need to make sure that we don't miss contractual events for
delivery or billing. Any suggestions on where I can find a template that I
can modify or a low cost solution that will help us? Thanks.
 
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R

RBM

Bob --

Thanks. I had looked there, and I'll go through them again, but didn't see
anything that fit. I'm hoping to find something that can report on who has
responsibility for each contract, emails reminders of due dates, and
(ideally) can attach PDFs containing scans of the contracts.

RBM
 
P

pb

RBM I tried the asset tracking template but wasn't satisfied with it, so I
was wondering if you was able to find anything.

Thanks
 
J

John... Visio MVP

Steve said:
If you are looking for a contract management database, I can help you. I
will provide a design of the tables and you can create the forms, reports
and necessary queries or I can provide a complete functional contract
management database. I provide help with Access, Excel and Word
applications for a small fee. If you want my help, please contact me.

Steve
(e-mail address removed)


Steve is not a resource to be trusted!

These newsgroups are provided by Microsoft for FREE peer to peer support.
There are many highly qualified individuals who gladly help for free. Stevie
is not one of them, but he is the only one who just does not get the idea of
"FREE" support. He offers questionable results at unreasonable prices. If he
was any good, the "thousands" of people he claims to have helped would be
flooding him with work, but there appears to be a continuous drought and he
needs to constantly grovel for work.

A few gems gleaned from the Word New User newsgroup over the past Christmas
period and a few gems from the Access newsgroups to show Stevie's
"expertise".


Dec 17, 2008 7:47 pm

Word 2007 ..........
In older versions of Word you could highlght some text then go to Format -
Change Case and change the case of the hoghloghted text. Is this still
available in Word 2007? Where?
Thanks! Steve


Dec 22, 2008 8:22 pm

I am designing a series of paystubs for a client. I start in landscape and
draw a table then add columns and rows to setup labels and their
corresponding value. This all works fine. After a landscape version is
completed, I next need to design a portrait version. Rather than strating
from scratch, I'd like to be able to cut and paste from the landscape
version and design the portrait version.
Steve


Dec 24, 2008, 1:12 PM

How do you protect the document for filling in forms?
Steve


One of my favourites:
Dec 30, 2008 8:07 PM - a reply to stevie
(The original poster asked how to sort a list and stevie offered to create
the OP an Access database)
Yes, you are right but a database is the correct tool to use not a
spreadsheet.

Not at all. If it's just a simple list then a spreadsheet is perfectly
adequate...


Sept 10, 2009
(In respose to a perfectly adequate GENERIC solution stevie wrote)

This function is specific to the example but not generic for any amount paid
out.

Steve



Sept 9, 2009
Steve said:
you can then return all the characters in front of it with the Left()
fumction. Would look like:
Left("YourString",Instr("YourString","VbCr" Or "VbLf") - 1)

Steve
No, it would not look like

Left("YourString",Instr("YourString","VbCr" Or "VbLf") - 1)

First of all, the constants are vbCr and vbLf: no quotes around them. With
the quotes, you're looking for the literal strings.

Second, you can't Or together character constants like that. Even if you
could, Or'ing them together in the InStr function like that makes no sense
at all.



Sept 22,2009
Sorry Steve, even I can see that this is a useless answer. I made it pretty
clear that "CW259" is just ONE possible value for the control.

Steve said:
Hello David,

Open your report in design view and select txtOrderID. Open properties and
go to the Data tab. Put the following expression in the Control Source
property:

=IIF([chkActive],"CW259","(CW259)")

Steve

John... Visio MVP
 

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Our company needs a database to track about 60 contracts we have with
customers. We need to make sure that we don't miss contractual events for
delivery or billing. Any suggestions on where I can find a template that I
can modify or a low cost solution that will help us? Thanks.

Were you able to find an answer on how to create contract management database? I am doing something similar and could use your help in understanding how you created your own. Thanks,
 
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J

jpb

Our company needs a database to track about 60 contracts we have with
customers. We need to make sure that we don't miss contractual events for
delivery or billing. Any suggestions on where I can find a template that I
can modify or a low cost solution that will help us? Thanks.

Hello,

I was wondering if I can get a copy of your database as I am trying to do the same thing. Appreciate it...

Thank You
 
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Access Developer

jpb... newsgroup posts are "hit or miss" for contacting previous posters.
Contacting someone who posted over 4 years ago may be even less probable --
the person may not follow the newsgroup anymore, or may not follow any
newsgroups (you do realize, I suppose, that Microsoft no longer hosts the
microsoft.public.access... newsgroups and they exist only because of the way
USENET works, as "zombie" newsgroups).

Yours is a sufficiently common requirement that some time spent with Bing or
Google will likely turn up a number of choices. Look at SourceForge and you
might even find some free ones.
 

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