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    Quote Originally Posted by stonewallred View Post
    Under MS office, it would be Access.
    Like this one ?
    I doubt he has Access installed, most admins install only Word and Excel...
    Anyhow, you can use this template, very easy to customize to your needs.

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    MS Access is the way to go IF you have access to it. The guys have really given some very good info in their replies. A simple database is a collection of "cross-linked" easily searched information and usually contained in one file while with a spreadsheet you may end up with many different files. And, I think, it's much easier to enter info into a database. You can use Visual Basic to dress up either one and make it look professional and get a raise.
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    Access DB

    Here is a simple cheap one for you..............

    http://www.accesstogo.org.uk/Service..._Database.html

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