suggestions for using ACCESS
Thread poster: Laura Morarelli

Laura Morarelli
Italy
Local time: 19:30
English to Italian
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Dec 31, 2001

Hallo everybody,


I know some of you recommended to use access to create a personal dictionary. I have never used it. Could anybody tell me which kind of format it is better to use, like for example “libro mastro” or “gestione ordini” . I usually store my words in excel, but I’d like to use something aesthetically more friendly.


Thanx a lot and happy new year


laura



 

williamson (X)
Local time: 19:30
Dutch to English
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There are plenty of courses, also in Italy Dec 31, 2001

You could follow a course of Access for beginners and advanced. Then follow a course of Access, macro\'s and then VBA. In all, it takes two years. You will not only be able to write a macro for your terminology-database, but also to program. A freelance VBA-specialist earns about €450/day.

 

Alan Johnson  Identity Verified
Germany
Local time: 19:30
German to English
Jan 2, 2002

Quote:


On 2001-12-31 15:08, willivere wrote:

You could follow a course of Access for beginners and advanced. Then follow a course of Access, macro\'s and then VBA. In all, it takes two years. You will not only be able to write a macro for your terminology-database, but also to program. A freelance VBA-specialist earns about ?450/day.




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