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Re: Computers and Gardens


John I Jones wrote:
> 
> SCHAFFCM@SNYBUFAA.CS.SNYBUF.EDU wrote:
> >
> > John -- tell about how you computerized your gardening information --

> I remember someone saying they use Microsoft Access for their records and
> labeling needs. As far as I know, it only runs on PC's. I think I will post a
> note to the garden forum and see what I get. Let you know.


John and Carolyn, I am the one who uses Microsoft Access for Garden 
Locations and Label Making.  YOu could Excel ok, but I like the Label 
making part.  Great program.  My mapping is done by hand.  The way my 
garden is set up, I use the Row 1, Position A approach.

Dennis







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