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Re: COMP:Iris database?

From: "Chris Hollinshead" <cris@netcom.ca>

To start with Microsoft Excel is not a database program. It is a spreadsheet
program. In the Microsoft family you will find Access which is a database
program and a powerful tool once mastered.

Christopher Hollinshead
Mississauga, Ontario  Canada  zone6b
AIS(Region 16), CIS, SSI
Director-Canadian Iris Society
Newsletter Editor-Canadian Iris Society
E-mail:  cris@netcom.ca <mailto:cris@netcom.ca>
CIS website:  http://www.netcom.ca/~cris/CIS.html

> -----Original Message-----
> From: AHKAtelier@aol.com [mailto:AHKAtelier@aol.com]
> Sent: Thursday, April 29, 1999 22:39
> To: iris-talk@onelist.com
> Subject: [iris-talk] COMP:Iris database?
>Allison Kennedy
Southern California
USDA zone 9,  Sunset zone 19
Member of Inland Region Iris Society(IRIS) Region 15
> I have been trying to record my irises in a database.  I have been using
> Microsoft Office 98 on a MacIntosh.  I'm not that familiar with Microsoft
> Excel so I keep making mistakes and end up trying again.  I would like to
> link my entries to a data page with photos at some point.  The
> bottom line is
> I am disappointed with what I've done so far and would love some
> information
> on database type programs others are using that they're happy with.  Any
> hints?

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