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Accounting program with ms access with VBA code (open source)

Accounting program with ms access with VBA code (open source)
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I need Accounting program with ms access with VBA code (open source)
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Design change of Form / SubForm

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Looking for wisdom on how to proceed with making a change in the db in such that I have an Accounting Table with a PK and an FK to the Products table.

I have an FK in the Accounting Table but I feel uncomfortable in it's usage. If I am in the Products Form and I switch to the Accounting Form I thought the Accounting Form would automatically display the records associated with the Products Form.

However, since sometimes accounting information does not exist at the time of access the Accounting form and sometimesnew accounting information needs to be added as a new line for the Product, It seems like it should not show anything unless you tell it to cycle to a related record...

Trying to excute a batch file from VBA code

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I am using MS Access 2007 and I am trying, from my VBA code, to execute (or run) a Batch file. Now the batch foile works, but not from my code.
I used to be able to just do this --> Call Shell("S:\Accounting\AP\Tex Files\File List Generator.cmd ", 1)
ANd it would runit. But using this I get a message telling me that it is an invalid procedure call. So upon looking around on the net I found tha ton place said that with MS Access 2007 you need to do this:
Call Shell(Environ$("COMSPEC") & " /c S:\Accounting\AP\1099 ITEMS\W9 Folder\Corrected 2011 W9\File List Generator.cmd ", vbNormalFocus)
But while it does not error out it dooes noting eitheer. What the batch file does, when it works, is produces a list of all the file names in a folder

Integration with Quickbooks or some other billing program.

Integration with Quickbooks or some other billing program. Icon
Has anyone built any integration between Access (OR SQL) and Quickbooks or any other Accounting Software?. I have an .ADP application using an SQL 2005 backend that I'd like to add ACCOUNTING support to.

Questions about splitting a 2010 Access database

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I have read through some of the other threads on this subject and I am more confused than ever.

I have split an Access 2010 database with the tables being in the backend. Some of these tables were originally imported from an Accounting database. Before I split the database, I had aseries of macros that would delete these "Accounting tables" and then import the latest version of these tables from the accounting database.

I need to continue to update those tables on an on-going basis. As a result, I created a startup form that had a control to backup the database and another control to run the macros to update the accounting tables.

I then opened the front end and relinked all of the tables in the back end to the front end.

From what I have read, I believe that I should not have done that (I.e. the backend should contain tables only- no macros, forms, etc.). If that is correct, what is the proper way to deal with these tables that need to be replaced on an ongoing basis? I know I can link the accounting tables from the accounting database to tables in the backend (rather than import them) but Iwould rather not do that for a variety of reasons.

can I use VBA or macros or something in the front end to do these updates at a click of a button?

OPen Wrod merge doc from Access vba

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I have a Word merge document that is linked to an Access table. If I open the Word document through Word (File, Open) the data source is linked. However, when I open using code in Access the data source is not linked.

Should I be adding something here to make the Access table maintained in the link?

Cannot open VBA code

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A few days ago my database suddenly started pumping out this error message:
"The database cannot be opened because the VBA project contained in it cannot be read. The database can be opened only if the VBA project is first deleted. Deleting the VBA project removes all code form modules, forms and reports. You should back up your database before attempting to open the database and delete the VBA project."

This message appears every time a form with VBA code is opened, and every time I try to open the VBA editor. Of course I have a backup, however I rather not be forced to redo about 6 hours of work.
Looking across the internet it seams like quite a few people have had this problem, but no solutions. As far is I can tell, something in the VBA code has caused the database to become corrupted.
So my question is this, is there any way I could possibly recover at least some of the code? Could I somehow force Access to show me the code, even if a part of it is corrupt?

Accounting Template

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Is there anyone who has an accounting template or a link that they work like to share that outlines the set-up of a retail accounting template in access.

I have been using the Northwinds Traders Template as a reference but have found while it is very helpful on the order side of the retail equation it to be somewhat lacking on the financial accounting side such as accounts payable, accounts recievable, general ledger, invoicing, and statements.

Unable to open code window

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With both Access 2007 and 2010 I am unable to open the VBA code editor. In each, I click Create >> Module or VBA Code and Access goes into a non-responding loop.

Hide VBA code from users

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If your database contains Visual Basic for Applications (VBA) code, you can hide that code by saving your Microsoft Office Access database in the .accde file format. Saving a database as an .accde file compiles all VBA code modules, removes all editable source code, and compacts the destination database. Your VBA code retains its functionality, but the code cannot be viewed or edited. In general, the database will continue to function as usual — you can still update data and run reports.

How to halt vba code while a form is open

How to halt vba code while a form is open Icon
Access 2010. Here is an extract of vba code

The idea is to have the code halt while form FRMLatefEEManage is open. The form needs to be usable.
When form is closed, the code can continue. The form opens but isn't full size and doesn't behave as it normally does. Is acDialog the only method to have the code halted while the form is open ??