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Old 09-13-2017, 05:47 PM   #1
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Arrows to indicate the changes in report

Hello everyone, would like to ask if it is possible to use arrow or shape to indicate the changes that is made in report? Thank you.

For example; I have two PO which is of the same PO number, but i make some changes in the second PO and would like the report to detach the line that i have make changes to.

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Re: Arrows to indicate the changes in report

Having different data under the same reference seems odd to me but ....

How does your system know that a change has been made in the second PO? Do you record a log of the changes?
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Re: Arrows to indicate the changes in report

Some PO's indicate in their header a change has been made. Typically "Change Order" or "Revised" would alert the reader to changes.

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Re: Arrows to indicate the changes in report

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Having different data under the same reference seems odd to me but ....

How does your system know that a change has been made in the second PO? Do you record a log of the changes?
If a line item is added or removed to a PO it is considered revised or changed. It's pretty common in accounting to make change orders. Trying to design these types of databases would be challenging.

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