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*Cooley, Brandon
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CAD Request Form

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10-03-2000 09:15 AM
Does anyone know of a good form program I can make a "CAD Request Form". I
basically want something that prompts the user for inputs (e.g. Project
name, number, due date, description of work to be done, etc.), and then
creates the form to print out.

Any Help is greatly appreciated.

Thanks,

Brandon Cooley
*martin, jason
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Re: CAD Request Form

10-03-2000 10:09 AM in reply to: *Cooley, Brandon
Outlook can easily be used for this purpose but It's much better if you don't print it
out. Just create an Okay command button and have the item automagically emailed to you.
I've put up a couple of screen shots of a "Project Schedule" form that I've created in our
office. They are in cf's labeled Outlook forms. All of the logic behind the form is
vbscript and pretty straight forward. You can do basically whatever you want with the
forms. Ours uses dao and sql to look up information in a number of access / sql server
databases on our network to fill out the drop down boxes. Some of the drop down boxes
even perform other queries to fill out other drop down boxes as you navigate through the
form.

hth

jason martin
frankfurt-short-bruza

Brandon Cooley wrote in message
news:B268216CAE091E5B6B93804291AEF9FD@in.WebX.SaUCah8kaAW...
> Does anyone know of a good form program I can make a "CAD Request Form". I
> basically want something that prompts the user for inputs (e.g. Project
> name, number, due date, description of work to be done, etc.), and then
> creates the form to print out.
>
> Any Help is greatly appreciated.
>
> Thanks,
>
> Brandon Cooley
>
*Cooley, Brandon
Message 3 of 4 (479 Views)

Re:

10-03-2000 10:15 AM in reply to: *Cooley, Brandon
Jason,

Thanks for the help. That looks like a great system you have there. We use
Outlook as our e-mail program so something like that would work great. I
don't know anything about vbscript, but maybe this will give me an excuse to
learn it.

Thanks for the help,

Brandon Cooley

"jason martin" wrote in message
news:30C666B871F7AE319F7FAE6E95D8C451@in.WebX.SaUCah8kaAW...
> Outlook can easily be used for this purpose but It's much better if you
don't print it
> out. Just create an Okay command button and have the item automagically
emailed to you.
> I've put up a couple of screen shots of a "Project Schedule" form that
I've created in our
> office. They are in cf's labeled Outlook forms. All of the logic behind
the form is
> vbscript and pretty straight forward. You can do basically whatever you
want with the
> forms. Ours uses dao and sql to look up information in a number of access
/ sql server
> databases on our network to fill out the drop down boxes. Some of the
drop down boxes
> even perform other queries to fill out other drop down boxes as you
navigate through the
> form.
>
> hth
>
> jason martin
> frankfurt-short-bruza
>
> Brandon Cooley wrote in message
> news:B268216CAE091E5B6B93804291AEF9FD@in.WebX.SaUCah8kaAW...
> > Does anyone know of a good form program I can make a "CAD Request Form".
I
> > basically want something that prompts the user for inputs (e.g. Project
> > name, number, due date, description of work to be done, etc.), and then
> > creates the form to print out.
> >
> > Any Help is greatly appreciated.
> >
> > Thanks,
> >
> > Brandon Cooley
> >
>
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Re: CAD Request Form

12-17-2004 11:14 AM in reply to: *Cooley, Brandon
Jason,

I came across this same request...CAD request form. I know this topic is quite old, but can you still help me? I would like to know more about this tool used within Outlook.

Thanks,

Raul

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