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    WorkEvents Tracking (1)

    I'm looking into setting up some kind of work flow tracking here in my office. What the user has requested is something that shows each of the steps in process, date due, date done who did it etc.... Also, when a steps is completed and the user responsible for that step enters a date in completed the next user in the list is notified that it's there turn, or have a window showing a given users steps they are needing to get done.

    Has anyone run across anything that may fit that (even a little)? If it doesn't exist looks like its development time.

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    Re: WorkEvents Tracking (1)

    I set something up similar to this a while back using a series of lookup combo's for our Work In Progress System.

    Its quite simply a form with a subform showing all the items you need.

    JobNo,Item,BookinDate,Operative,Bookout,OperationC omplete.
    See the attached to give you some Idea's

    Post back if you need any help.
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    Re: WorkEvents Tracking (1)

    Or try a sample application from the Access Workflow Designer that ships in Office Developer Edition (2000+)

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    Re: WorkEvents Tracking (1)

    I believe that is a tool for use with SQL Server.
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