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  1. #1
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    Unanswered: Hyperlinking Digitally Signed Word Docs into Access

    Hello Everyone!

    I am new here and new to Access. I do have some experience with Excel and a little experience with VBA. My situation is that I work for a non-profit center and am developing a new client database system from scratch and am learning as I go.

    I want to link client word docs into a "Documents" tab for each client record (no prob). However, since each document needs to be reviewed and digitally signed by a supervisor, is there a way to flag/highlight/whatever files that have not yet been signed?

    Or is there some way to create a "Submit for Review" button, that would allow the document to show up in some location for supervisor review?

    If anyone has a better idea, I am all "ears."

    Thanks,

    TD

  2. #2
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    I can only think of adding a Review Date to the Document Table

    or you could get msaccess to read the documnet properties

    find this http://www.learnexcelmacro.com/wp/20...s-excel-macro/
    hope this help

    StePhan McKillen
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