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re: Checklist conversion to Database program


In response to Chad Schroter's very reasonable suggestion and Tom Tadfor 
Little's follow-up comments, there is a compromise.  If the lists are 
scanned into digital format, then an expert could use a split screen to 
block from the text and paste into the data base.  This would be much 
quicker than retyping and would avoid errors associated with a complete 
re-write.

Re-entry of all the data into Access, or its equivalent, would be very time 
consuming and we should use the available technology to ease the process.
Ian E. Efford
avocet@worldlink.ca
Ottawa zone 3






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