Re: Custom appointment book setup question - 01-08-2006 , 01:55 PM
Get your date field on your layout.
Make sure you can access it during find
go into find mode
Enter the date riange you need as following: beginDate ... endDate
you could enter: 02-01-2006SPACE...SPACE03-31-2006
and commit your search, you should find feb and march
All your other questions seem to be layout related. You can make as many
layouts as you need to suit your needs. So one odd and a separate even page
layout are possible. you can even script them to print them alternately.
Re: Custom appointment book setup question - 01-08-2006 , 08:24 PM
Are you planning on tracking any information in the database or do you
figure you need a database just to display the date on the printout?
Usually you would have 1 record / date.
Usually the found set of records are printed.
Therefore if your found set of records are for the month of March you
would print 30 pages, assuming one day requires the entire page.
Re: Custom appointment book setup question - 01-09-2006 , 05:16 PM
I'm sorry, you'll have to leave the space out.
type in your field, which should be a date-field; startdate...enddate
just tried it and it worked for me,
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