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Question by spdgeorge
Submitted on 4/12/2006
Related FAQ: [FAQ] FileMaker Pro - database for Macintosh and Windows
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Hi
Iíve been struggling with this problem for days, setting a field to display the data from a previous record in the current record. I can do this by copying field A, create a new record and paste into field B of the new record, but if I later change the data in field A it will not change in B.

I would like my database to display the info:
A B
Record1 2:00
Record2 0:50 2:00
Record3 4:00 0:50
Record4 8:00 4:00

I'm using filemaker pro 7. I am grateful for any suggestion to solve my problem.
Thanks
George


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