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Discussion in 'Business Applications' started by pinhead, Dec 18, 2001.

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  1. pinhead

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    I hope someone could help me, I am looking for a simple database for a sheep herd operation that will incorporate jpeg as well as text. Simple is the optimum word. Thanks very much
     
  2. Anne Troy

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    How many JPGs?? What software do you currently own?
     
  3. pinhead

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    Approx 800 jpeg (one for each animal), I am currently running windows 98 with MS Office, however I find micrsoft access very difficult to work with. There must be simpler database to wotk with. Thanks again
     
  4. Anne Troy

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    There's probably not an easier/better database out there, Pinhead. If you've got Access (what version, by the way), I have off all next week and will happily help you create a database. Email me at [email protected]. Let me know that you're "pinhead".

    You'll find Access much easier to understand by the time we're done.

    :)
     
  5. Randy48

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    Dreamboat is right! There is not an easy database program to work with once you give it a try. The most difficult part is where to start! But if you use the Wizards, that takes the pain away and helps you understand how the program works!
     
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