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Dave E

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Hi All,

I retired from work many years ago when I used to create databases (in MS Access) for a local uni. I vowed never to do any more Access. Until now.

I thought I might create a small database to hold the plant details in my garden and include searches and prompts for garden tasks based on the time of year.

So now I'm back, and digging into my memory for all that cobwebby knowledge that used to be so close to the surface once upon a time.

Dave E
 

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Hi. Welcome to AWF and welcome back to Access
 

theDBguy

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Hi. Welcome to AWF!
 

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Welcome back to Access Dave!
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pavlovsraven

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Hi All,

I retired from work many years ago when I used to create databases (in MS Access) for a local uni. I vowed never to do any more Access. Until now.

I thought I might create a small database to hold the plant details in my garden and include searches and prompts for garden tasks based on the time of year.

So now I'm back, and digging into my memory for all that cobwebby knowledge that used to be so close to the surface once upon a time.

Dave E
Good morning I just joined and have a similar thought Did you make any progress with your plant data base?
 

Dave E

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Yes I did. Like all my databases, it's never finished but it's working well. For once, it's good to design one with my own spec. I wish you luck with yours, if you go down that route.
 

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