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Access Booking System

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Can anyone point me in the direction of a sample Access booking
system? Trying to build a booking system were customers can book a
computer by date and timeslot, each timeslot having a limited amount
of computers.

Cheers for anyhelp, pointers given.

PaulD
Nov 12 '05 #1
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When you open Access you are prompted for the name of the database you
want to open - select "Blank Database" (if in Access 97 and earlier
versions) or "New from template" (if in Access 2K or later versions) -
a dialog box will appear that has 2 tabs, "General" and "Databases," -
select Databases. Select the template named "Resource Scheduling."
This one should do for what you want.

If you can't see the sample template dbs you will probably have to
install them - use the Access CD/files & install the Samples (you'll
have to look thru the installation selections - I forget where the
Samples checkbox is located).

MGFoster:::mgf
Oakland, CA (USA)

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PaulD wrote:
Can anyone point me in the direction of a sample Access booking
system? Trying to build a booking system were customers can book a
computer by date and timeslot, each timeslot having a limited amount
of computers.

Cheers for anyhelp, pointers given.

PaulD


Nov 12 '05 #2

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pa************@hotmail.com (PaulD) wrote in message news:<ee**************************@posting.google. com>...
Can anyone point me in the direction of a sample Access booking
system? Trying to build a booking system were customers can book a
computer by date and timeslot, each timeslot having a limited amount
of computers.

Cheers for anyhelp, pointers given.

PaulD


Paul,
read this post...
"Finding Free Time in Equipment Reservation and/or Compare Two
Tables". It's been discussed here many times before, so read up and
then give it a try. In a word, I think timeslots are a bad idea, but
read the post and make up your own mind.
Nov 12 '05 #3

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