We are using QB as our main database to track our Project management dates. Our client uses another database. We need to have both databases show the same data. We can not do bulk imports into the Clients database, everything has to be done manually. The goal is for our team to input the dates/info into our QB system. (they are currently trying to input it into both systems at the same time) We have a report from the clients system that is uploaded to our QB. There are at least a hundred fields that need to be compared at any given time. As an example, we have a field called address, they have a field called Street Address (both of these fields are in QB) repeat this with 100+ different fields, some are text, but most are dates. We also have 100's of projects that need to have the data compared on. Each project has all the same 100+ fields. Is there a way for QB to look at the data we have in our fields, compare it to the data that is in the Clients field and give a report of all the information that is different? We have to do this on at least a weekly (if not daily basis). Is the best method to set up a third field that has a formula if address = Street Address, return "true" else return QB data. I would hate to have to create 100 + new fields and input a formula for each one. So I'm looking for a better, smarter way to compare the two sets of data. I don't know very much about programming QB. I can write basic formulas, but definitely want to learn more. So I would need some step by step instructions on what to do. I ultimately need a report that we can export out of QB with just the changes that need to be made manually into the clients database.