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Hello. I'm doing a PhD in history and hope to find some solutions to my data management using Access! Glad to have found somewhere I can post a few questions to. Thanks for letting me join!
 

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Welcome to the forums! We are the most active Microsoft Access community on the internet by far, with posts going back over 20 years!

To get started, I highly recommend you read the post below. It contains important information for all new users to this forum.

https://www.access-programmers.co.uk/forums/threads/new-member-read-me-first.223250/

We look forward to having you around here, learning stuff and having fun!
 

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Hi, and Welcome to AWF!

Plenty of old things lying around here ;)
 

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Welcome aboard!
 

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Hi. Welcome to AWF!
 

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Hi and welcome to AWF!

I built an historical database a while back for an author who was studying a particular first world war battle. Information was extracted from public documents:- troop deployments, wounded, redeployed wounded, type of wound, promotions, deaths... All sorts.

Was wondering so what sort of historical use you envision with MS Access?
 

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Hello and welcome to the forum. I used an earlier type of database (considerably pre-Access) to manage data for my dissertation, which was in chemistry. But most of my stuff was just experimental solution concentrations and the results of the various experimental runs.
 

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