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Discussion in 'Information Technology' started by allsop72, Nov 7, 2005.

  1. allsop72

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    I have windows xp home edition 2002. looking to find simple batabase down
    load or buy.
     
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  3. ts_gj

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    > I have windows xp home edition 2002. looking to find simple batabase down
    > load or buy.
     
  4. Tom Wickerath

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    This newsgroup is for Q&A related to Microsoft Access, which is an excellent
    choice of database software for you to consider. It's not free, but you can
    order a CD which includes a 30 day trial for Office Professional Edition, the
    version of Office that includes Access:

    http://www.microsoft.com/office/trial/default.mspx


    Tom

    http://www.access.qbuilt.com/html/expert_contributors.html
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    "allsop72" wrote:

    I have windows xp home edition 2002. looking to find simple batabase down
    load or buy.
     
  5. Joseph Meehan

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    allsop72 wrote:
    >I have windows xp home edition 2002. looking to find simple batabase
    > down load or buy.


    This is the newsgroup for Access Database a part of the Professional
    version of Microsoft Office. It is a fine database program but I would not
    call it simple.

    There are a number of good third party database programs if your needs
    are not too great. There is even one built into Microsoft Word which is
    part of all the Microsoft Office versions and also in Microsoft Excel, which
    is a little trickier to learn.


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    Joseph Meehan

    Dia duit
     
  6. Larry Linson

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    "Joseph Meehan" wrote

    > > I have windows xp home edition 2002. looking to
    > > find simple batabase down load or buy.

    >
    > This is the newsgroup for Access Database a part of the Professional
    > version of Microsoft Office. It is a fine database program but I would

    not
    > call it simple.


    I would comment that Access often gets high marks for end-user usability in
    comparative reviews. IMNSHO, it is simple if you limit yourself to simple,
    end-user functions. But, of course, you soon will want to do more, and the
    learning curve is not steep to improve your skills to power user or even
    developer level. And you can make those moves without ever abandoning
    Access, even to the point of creating client applications to server
    databases, such as MS SQL Server, Informix, Oracle, and others.

    Larry Linson
    Microsoft Access MVP
     
  7. Joseph Meehan

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    Larry Linson wrote:
    > "Joseph Meehan" wrote
    >
    >> > I have windows xp home edition 2002. looking to
    >> > find simple batabase down load or buy.

    >>
    >> This is the newsgroup for Access Database a part of the
    >> Professional version of Microsoft Office. It is a fine database
    >> program but I would not call it simple.

    >
    > I would comment that Access often gets high marks for end-user
    > usability in comparative reviews. IMNSHO, it is simple if you limit
    > yourself to simple, end-user functions. But, of course, you soon will
    > want to do more, and the learning curve is not steep to improve your
    > skills to power user or even developer level. And you can make those
    > moves without ever abandoning Access, even to the point of creating
    > client applications to server databases, such as MS SQL Server,
    > Informix, Oracle, and others.


    I totally agree with that statement.

    >
    > Larry Linson
    > Microsoft Access MVP


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    Joseph Meehan

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