--- Afton & Ray Still <rastill(at)shaw(dot)ca> wrote:
> So far, I haven't been able to figure out how to
> enter data into the data
> base using PgAdmin. So what I'm looking for is a
> way to enter data and get
> fairly good looking (well formated) reports.
> If I can get all of this I'll be happy, but idealy
> I'd also like to be able
> to create an aplication that I can give to a
> co-worker who is only
> semi-computer literate. It doesn't really matter if
> it's all self
> as long as it's all transperent to the end user.
> I'm also playing with a very limited development
Does your co-worker have MS Office installed (I'm
guessing that they probably do)? If so, do they have
MS Access installed, or at least a license for it
MS Access is most certainly not low-cost, but is so
widely deployed in office environments, it is
effectively a no cost solution in many cases. And it
most certainly is a convenient way to quickly put
together a functional database front end.
> Any suggestions welcomed and appreciated.
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