283056 MS ACCES APLICATION

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The coder should modify a program named "LaboEU" in MsAccess that can do the following: The program must able to work in a network environment, like an Access form. The developer must work in an Assess environment (the .MDB is ready and functional). Briefly the main function that should do the form is adding new Record(s)-Patients in a network environment and then adds new examinations (EXAM field from related table) to the new added Patient. Secondly in this form the user should be able to add result into the appropriate fields. All of these could do by the program but needs improvement 1. I can supply the programmer with detailed instructions on what should do for adding new Records 2. Send him screens from a similar ready program to be simulated, in order to duplicate the appearance and the typing-short cuts of the old program 3. I have the msAccess .MDB that can do some of the above but of course needs modification. The major modification is the way that the results should appear and that is that I need a specific way to present and manage some Exams with multiline appearance. In short I want to be able to use single line examinations to make multiline examinations based on a template or at runtime (something that done in AccessForm). Also I should need a way to manage reports for printing through Access report generator. I upload .MDB . Also I can invite, remotely, the coder to saw him the program (and the one to be simulate).
The project needs understanding so I should need a brief draft from the coder of what he is going to do, before I accept him as a winner.

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Anything Goes, Microsoft Access, Visual Basic
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