My local Crinkles group(U3A), of which I am one, want me to develop a noddy database and web site for their members. Some are computer literate, others not so. I thought an Access 2000 .mdb on a server from the local council with a web page in Active Server Pages(ASP) and using ADO would do the trick, then one of them could update it at home on the web to keep track of members and somebody else could do the same for current programmes etc. The Chair Person could then use all the data in the DB to keep track of things, such as sending letters out to members, by accessing the DB directly over the Internet from the council server as an application rather than a web page. Nothing arduous. The local council are about to start a project to make local communities available on the web and are providing software, cyberspace and training in web editing but the training will be low-grade stuff. I have developed the odd Access Application in VBA but I have never used VB or VBScript, which seem to be the tools for ASP. My question, before I start, is: Is this a sensible route to take and my other question is: Can ASP be programmed in VBA, with which I am familiar. Also, is this taking a sledgehammer to crack a nut. For example, could I do something similar using P2P between two or more users across the internet. This is something I have no experience of so if this is a runner, could someone start me off by pointing me in the right direction. I expect this would work with a backend on the council server and a front-end on each users machine. Thanks.