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Maintain cost after order submitted and price changes??

Sorry for the title, not sure the best way to word it. So my question is for all you experts, (thank you all by the way for everything, ya'll have helped a LOT) I have a two inventory tables with forms (well subforms on a mainform) that have a part cost associated with them, and a selling price. Is there a good way to have these setup as to when an order is created and submitted, that if the cost and selling price changes it won't affect any previous order in the Orders Table? To hopefully explain this better I have part A that I paid $10 for and sell it for $15, I go through this batch of inventory and my new batch I purchased for $12 and sold for $17. How can I manage the inventory that if I edit the price in the inventory table any orders prior to the change isn't affected. Would this be a similar case to doing an inventory transaction type setup, if so any suggestions. I want to be able to maintain the changes of the parts without affecting any previous orders at the same time, tell all this information for reporting purposes. Everything I have now is setup for a static price but was asked if it could be a dynamically changing inventory price. Any help would be greatly appreciated, and I apologize for the confusing post. If you need any other information let me know.

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