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I need to create an order form.

The form will have company A and company B. Both companies will have different prices for each item that they sell. As I go through my inventory each week I need to create a form of things I need to order. I would like to check an item to order from the cheapest company... Then print out all of the items I need to order from each company.

Does anyone know if this is possible?
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