Access database template music collection?

  Roadgiant 11:32 11 Mar 2006

I have a large collection of Cd,s that I would like to catalogue to be able to cross reference by artist,album and track etc.
Can anyone suggest where I could find an Access database template suitable to do this?
I have Access 2000 on my Pc.
Thanks in advance

  pj123 12:08 11 Mar 2006

I believe there is a sample "Music and Video" type database that comes with Office 2000. It doesn't get installed by default though. You might have to put your Office CD in and install it.

  pj123 12:19 11 Mar 2006

Maybe I was wrong. Just had a look on my Office CD Select "Add and Remove Features". Couldn't see anything relevant. But you may find that the Household Inventory database could be customized to suit.

  pj123 12:28 11 Mar 2006

Sorry to keep posting separately. Just found out why now. The sample db I was thinking of was on Access 97 but not carried over to Access 2000. However, I have found this site that lists all the sample db that came with Office 97 but are not on the 2000 version.

click here

Scroll right down to the bottom and download the Music db or any other one you think you might need in the future. Whether they will work in Access 2000 or not I don't know but worth a try.

  pj123 12:37 11 Mar 2006

This is the last one, I promise.

Have just downloaded the Music Collection db from the above site and run it in Access 2000. It can be converted easily.

  Belatucadrus 12:42 11 Mar 2006

click here for the Microsoft Music collection template

  Roadgiant 12:47 11 Mar 2006

Thanks for the quick replies,looks like it should do the job. I will mark as resolved later on after trying it out.

  Roadgiant 07:12 12 Mar 2006

Just to say thanks once again and that the template was excatly what I needed.

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