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Yes. Templates are provided to help you get started. Once you create a new application using a template, you can customize all aspects of the application.

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Access to a particular QuickBase application is controlled by anyone who has administrative privileges for that application. Permission for each user of an application can be set to permit: View, Modify, Add Record, Delete Record, Save Views, and Full Administrator. The message you are receiving indicates that you are attempting to perform an action that you don't have permission for.

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Create two summary fields in the Projects table. The first summary field will be labled "Number of Tasks". It should be configured to count the number of Tasks. The second summary field should be labeled "Number of Completed Tasks". It should be configured to also count the number of related Tasks with a condition to include only the Task records where the "Status" field is "Completed".

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You can use formulas to create fields that are calculated based on other fields or the time of day. There are a variety of built-in functions that can be used in formulas.

For information on how to use formulas in QuickBase, see "Using Formulas in Quickbase" at https://www.quickbase.com/help/using_formulas_in_QuickBase.html.

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Yes. QuickBase supports formula fields. The value of a formula field in a particular record is calculated from the value of other fields in the record.

There are many types of formulas. A numeric formula results in a numeric value and uses numeric operations and functions. You can also create text formulas, check box formulas, date formulas, and URL formulas.

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Assuming you have the ability to create applications in your billing account, the scenario whereby an application manager can not copy an application is most likely caused by one of the following two restrictions:

1) One of the tables in the application contains more than 20 MB of application data.
2) More than 75 MB of attached files are present in the application.

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If your CSV file has a column in it that maps to the key field of the table then all you have to do is import the CSV file into QuickBase. Please read the following help topic:

https://www.quickbase.com/help/importing_data.html

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The information in angle brackets uniquely identifies the user so that upon reimporting into QuickBase, QuickBase can unambiguously set the user field to the proper value.

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The Google toolbar now has a spell check feature that works really well on web forms. This means that you can do spell checking when adding or editing records in QuickBase. The Google toolbar is available from:

http://toolbar.google.com

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