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Creating a "Print All" function from a recordset?

Thread began 9/03/2015 8:50 am by Nathon Jones Web Design | Last modified 9/03/2015 2:26 pm by Nathon Jones Web Design | 1651 views | 9 replies

Nathon Jones Web Design

Creating a "Print All" function from a recordset?

Is it possible to create a "Print All" function using records in a recordset, for example a list of orders and to then mark them as having been printed?

At the moment we view these in a recordset list and then click a button to view them individually on a dynamic page, which is a nice invoice layout, however this means that the client has to click print for every individual order - which is ruining their life apparently. :)

This isn't a big deal on slow sales days but they can receive up to 500 orders per day during busy times and having to individually print each invoice, albeit at least it's methodical (view on screen, pack, print invoice, post), isn't what they want.

Appreciate any advice offered. Thank you.

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