Populate distinct field in mailmerge under same invoice - mailmerge

I'm have a mailmerge that will populate all records under the same invoice number for customer. I would like to place a summary of the dispute reason below it. I'm unable to find the right approach to it.
Source Data in excel:
Mailmerge code in word:
I would like a summary of dispute reason below table (it should not repeat if there are 2 records with same dispute reason):


How to show all the value of all customers that have even one of filtered values in power bi

I have the table of customers with different statuses in different months
I have added Status value In Power BI Slicer Visual to filter the Matrix Data. And when, selecting for example A, it only shows customers who has A status in certain period.
Filtered Customer Data
(6 an 8 are missing because they don't have status A in any period). The Problem is that I want to see all the statuses of the customers who even once had status A. is it possible somehow in Power BI ?
Result I want to See
Good news: there is a pretty easy fix for this.
Create a new table using DAX.
FilterableStatuses =
Create a relationship in your model between CustomerID on this new table and CustomerID on the table from your visual. It will be Many to Many and I prefer to not leave the filter direction as 'both' -- make it so FilterableStatus filters your original table.
Create a slicer using the status from FilterableStatuses rather than the original table, and that should give you the behavior that you're after. In essence, rather than filter the visual by [Status], you are filtering the list of CustomerIDs by status, and then letting the new relationship filter your visual to CustomerIDs
Hope it helps!

Libreoffice-base subform_sales_desc inside form_order . first form cannot enter items as number and show as names and not gst,unit etc automatically

I am creating free accounting package in libreoffice-base to compete already available ones your contribution is appreciated. the package include tables:
bill sales
and created two forms
first to enter items in items table with following fields:
List item
units from units table linked with id gst chooses from
tax table related as id basic price basic stock, barcode, group,
second form is sales bill entry form
it contains a form which relates to order_details table selects customers name from ledger where its state code is also defined e.g. for punjab its 03 basically it is picked from customer's GSTIN number
a subform which is connected to sales_bill_desc table related to order_details table with bill number in both tables.
now in subform when we enter one item, its name is displayed which is same entered in sales_desc table additionally it also need automatically display item units, gst, price(editable field but basic price must be displayed there).but it does not. how to do that i have studied books but am lacking i created same in access 2016 somewhere which worked fine (full working package accounts with inventory).At this time,I am trying to use same database but advanced with features such as barcode. Of course the issue is to be resolved if someone can help. I am loading code of the package.Please rectify and update.

Google sheets: transpose data

I'm trying to solve an issue in google sheets concerning the transpose function.
Now for the sake of the problem, imagine I have 4 sheets: 1. Tracing: where there is a dropdown list of customer and invoice number 2. Invoice database: where all data regarding invoices are stored. 3. Validation list for the dropdownlist for the invoice number as in Sheet 1: Tracing. The 4th sheet is basically a data sheet to select the customer.
I would like to have in sheet 3. Validation list: 1. A transposed list of all invoices regarding the specific customer. So, based on the specific choice of customer, one should be able to only select invoices from the specific customer
Beneath some links to pictures of the example sheet:
Tracing tab: The overview of the tracing tab
Invoice database: The overview of the invoice database
Validation list: The overview of the validation list
What I have tried in the validation list: =IF(A3=Tracing!A2,transpose(offset('Invoice Database'!B3:B,,match(A3,'Invoice Database'!E$2:E$8,0)-1)),"")
Currently, this formula displays all invoices of all company, I would like the formula to return only invoices that are for the respective company.
This formula would work perfectly if all the customers in the invoice database have their own section. But, what I would not want to do in the invoice database is to split each customer into its own section containing the different headers.
Preferably, I would not want to work with =QUERY function. But if no other choice I will accept using the =QUERY function.
Could anyone offer me some insight?
See example sheet here: https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1Oe6OBumGhioK2-AesD7hnh6xyfhq16qyA_2BBwO47ts/edit?usp=sharing
See screenshot of how desired output should look like here:
Screenshot of desired output
EDIT1: Added an example sheet
EDIT2: Added a screenshot
On your 'Validation list' tab, cell B27, try this to only bring back invoice numbers related to one company (contents of A3 below):
=transpose(filter('Invoice Database'!A:A,'Invoice Database'!E:E=A3))

Replacing data entries based on ID and date from data set

I'm a teacher who manages a caseload of students who have yearly meetings. Each year their services, hours, supports, etc. change. We complete a survey on each student to record all this data on a single spreadsheet. I want to pull data from those submissions to replace the students' information with the most recently dated information in our caseload master report (Tab one). If no data is entered yet I want it to remain the same.
The first tab is what we use for reporting to our team and the IEP completion tab is where the survey data is imported. I tried some solutions such as VLOOKUP with some IF statements but I don't think that is the correct route to go.
I scrubbed the linked Google spreadsheet for confidentiality.
Assuming Student ID#/ID Number is a reliable unique index in a third sheet create a VLOOKUP of the ID Number's associated fields from Tab1. Fields not found will error, so wrap your VLOOKUP with IFERROR and an INDEX/MATCH (because the ID there is not in ColumnA) of the fields in Tab2.

FileMaker Pro -- Filtering Relationship Not Working

I'm trying to build a FileMaker Pro 11 layout that excludes records containing a certain value. The relevant data is in table Invoice. I want to filter so that Invoice records whose "Invoice Check Grouping" field is blank are not displayed on the layout.
I've added a global field to the invoice table called "Blank Invoice Check Grouping" to use as my filter criteria. I've created a self-join relationship to the Invoice table, joining "Invoice ID" to "Invoice ID" and joining "Invoice Check Grouping" to "Blank Invoice Check Grouping". The resulting table is named "Invoice Check Groupings".
The layout which I build based on table "Invoice Check Groupings" shows all records in Invoice--it does not filter out those with blank values. What am I doing incorrectly?
Layouts show records in a table (or more accurately, a table occurrence) and don't directly deal with related data. As mentioned by #pft221, you can use relationships for filtering, but only when viewing data through a portal.
If you always want a particular layout to show data based on a particular find, you can do so with a script and a script trigger. First set up a script to do the following:
Enter Find Mode[]
Set Field["Invoice Check Grouping"; "*" // Find all records with any data in this field
Perform Find[]
Note that you can also embed the find request within the Perform Find script step, but I tend to script finds in the above manner as it's easier to see what the find request is in the script and variables can be used in the find request.
Now you need to set your layout to execute this script whenever it's loaded. Go to the layout and enter Layout Mode. Select Layouts>Layout Setup from the menu bar. Click the Script Triggers tab and check the box for OnLayoutEnter and select the script you wrote above. Now whenever the layout is entered, that script will run and exclude the records that have that particular field being empty.
There are many ways to filter records, depending on what you are trying to do and what you are trying to display for your users.
The most common and simple way you can filter records is through a simple Find in a list view. I'm unclear from your question, but my best guess is that you're already using a list view and misunderstanding how FileMaker's relationships and Table Occurrences (TO's) work.
To Filter with the "Find Records" method:
Create a new List View layout of any Table Occurrence of your Invoice Table -- most likely you will want to use the default Table Occurrence that FileMaker created for you when you created the table.
Place the fields that you would like to display on that layout, including the "Invoice Check Grouping" field.
Switch into Find Mode
Put a '*' character into the "Invoice Check Grouping" field
Perform the Find
You should now see a list of all Invoices where the "Invoice Check Grouping" field is not blank. (You can find additional interesting search criteria in the "Insert: Operators" drop down of the title bar.)
Now you may actually be looking to filter related records through a portal but, given that you've set up a self-join on the Invoice index on the Invoice table my guess is that, at best, this would show either 0 or 1 record for each Invoice record you display in your main layout.
To Filter Records with the "Portal Filter" method:
Let's assume, though, that you have a Client table where you'd like to see only the records with a non-blank "Invoice Check Grouping" value. The table set-up would be as follows:
Client ID
[... other client info ...]
Invoice ID
Client ID
Invoice Check Grouping
[... other invoice info ...]
With a relationship in the relationships graph:
Client::Client ID ------< Invoice::Client ID
From there you would set up a Form layout on the Client TO and create a portal showing records from the Invoice TO. From the options for the portal you would select "Filter Portal Records" and use a formula similar to:
not IsEmpty(Invoice::Invoice Check Grouping)
Finally, it's worth noting that a portal filter isn't appropriate for all display situations or calculations. You can set up a similar filter completely through your relationships graph (as I believe you have already tried to do.) This will work, once again, for viewing records through a portal but not for the records displayed by a layout itself.
The answers above don't actually help Ben with his question. They are workarounds.
I have the same problem as Ben, and I don't think there is a solution, even now in Filemaker 12. There is I think no way to define a relationship that will omit the related records where the match fields are empty.
Two options come to mind:
On a specific layout, you have more fine-grained control in the portal definition itself, and can use this to exclude the records
You can now use SQL queries to achieve this result within Filemkaer.