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Design for Reports To enable the end user to print information from their system, I plan to construct reports which will give the user all the information which they are likely to need away from the computer.

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Design for Reports To enable the end user to print information from their system, I plan to construct reports which will give the user all the information which they are likely to need away from the computer. Customer report It is very convenient for staff to have a list of all customer details for reference purposes, when they are taking orders etc. Forename Surname Registration Date House No Street/Road Town/City Postcode Tel. Number Customer number It is also very useful if the store has a list of all customers with outstanding bills and heir telephone number so that they can contact them easily and quickly, the store may chose to display this information beside the telephone for handiness. ...read more.

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Stock Number Item Name Material Colour Supplier name Supplier number Supplier Reports It is very useful to have a list of all supplier information for use away from the application. The report below displays all supplier information which I plan to include in my application. Supplier number Supplier name House number Street/Road Town/City Postcode Telephone Number Stock number It is also necessary that the system includes a report with details of all suppliers that the company deal with so that they can keep hold of any changes in company names etc. Supplier name Supplier number Order Reports The report below will enable the user to print all details regarding the sales in the shop. ...read more.

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The report below would be the typical layout of the customer report. Employee Number Forename Surname D.O.B House number Street/Road Town/City Postcode Tel. No. It is very useful to have a list of all employees and their telephone numbers beside the phone so that they can be easily contacted if need be. The report below would carry out this function, Surname Forename Telephone Numbers Another printable report which Glamour Boutique would benefit from having would be the one below. It gives the employee name and pay information this would be very important when management comes around to calculating the employee wages. Forename Surname Rate of pay per hour Numbers of hours per week ...read more.

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