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March 1996, Week 1

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Mary Conchelos <[log in to unmask]>
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Sun, 3 Mar 1996 11:11:52 -0500
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Please summarize for the list .  I have been receiving numerous requests
from outside agencies for "expertise" on setting up small collections. I
had thought of Microsoft Access also and would be interested in any
reaction on that.  The programs which we use as hospital librarians are
often overkill when it comes to the needs of community groups. I thought
if they already have Windows, which most of them do, getting Microsoft
Access makes sense.  Paradox is also supposed to be good, but I haven't
had any experience with it.
 
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Mary Conchelos, Librarian                      705-743-4251 x368
St. Joseph's Hospital & Health Centre          fax 705-740-8345
384 Rogers St.                                 [log in to unmask]
Peterborough, Ontario K9H 7B6                  [log in to unmask]
 
 
On Fri, 1 Mar 1996, Arizona Area Health Education Centers - Patricia A. Auflick wrote:
 
> I would like some feedback from Medlibbers on their preference for
> database software.  I will be setting up a database of tobacco/smoking
> patient & consumer educational items.  We mostly use dBase 3+ in my
> office.  Several individuals have tried version 4 and hated it.  I
> haven't seen or heard anything about version 5 yet.  I have tried FoxPro
> and would put that at the bottom of my list.  I have not yet tried
> MicroSoft's Access.  Any thoughts/comments?
>
> Pat
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