Working with Database's

  SB23 17:00 09 May 2006
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I currently have work to do with Databases. I would be using it for approx 4-5 weeks, but the only way that I can use it, is if I go to my local Education Centre, which is only accessible a few hours a week.
I thought I had Access on my pc, with Office, but don't
Microsoft Access is great, but I do not know if it is possible to purchase on its own, and how much it would be. Any ideas? Or am I restricted to my local Centre?

Steve

  johnnyrocker 17:02 09 May 2006

you could download freebie click here vers 2 which is microsoft compatible and might get you out of trouble.


johnny.

  SB23 17:16 09 May 2006

It's Office, but just didn't have Access. Would it have something to do with the fact that when my wife bought it, it was for students?

  SB23 17:18 09 May 2006

Thanks for that, but tried it a while ago, and didn't like it.

  SB23 17:47 09 May 2006

If I'm only going to need it for a few weeks, don't know if it would be worth buying it.
I may have another go at Openoffice as johnnyrocker suggests. Will have a look.

Thanks all

Steve

  SB23 14:16 14 May 2006

As johnnyrocker suggested, can use Openoffice to get me by for the time being. Its actually not bad when you get used to it.

Thanks everyone.

Steve

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