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If you create a formula numeric type of field, you can reference the built in field Record ID # to increment your number automatically. If you're not familiar with creating new fields, the following link explains how.

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

Once you've created your formula numeric field, your formula would look something like this.

June 23rd, 2009 - 9:06 AM

QuickBase Desktop is a Microsoft Access database with some VBA code that mirrors QuickBase databases to MS Access tables and their attached files to your hard drive. It also features a sync button that posts changes made to the mirrored tables back up to the QuickBase server. The sync button also pulls down changes from the QuickBase databases to the local MS Access tables.

February 5th, 2009 - 6:02 PM

You will need (at least) two related data tables to achieve this result. Assume that you already have a table called Projects with a User field called 'Assigned To'. This article will show you how to use this field in a relationship to a resources table, allowing you to bring one or more additional data values into your Project based on the fact that one of your users is assigned to the Proje

February 5th, 2009 - 6:02 PM

In QuickBase we call what you refer to as a dependency, a relationship. A relationship always involves two tables.

In the example above one of the tables would be a table of users. The users table would have a field for email address and a field for phone number. The users table, in this relationship, is the master table.

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