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DD
I have the same database used by two different people on two different
computers both will enter different information.

At the end of the week i need to update computer 1 with the new
information from computer 2.

There is no networking.

To make this simple for the user who has very little computer knowlege
what would be the best way to have this working.
thanks in advance
Nov 12 '05 #1
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On 8 Feb 2004 22:58:59 -0800, DD wrote:
I have the same database used by two different people on two different
computers both will enter different information.

At the end of the week i need to update computer 1 with the new
information from computer 2.

There is no networking.

To make this simple for the user who has very little computer knowlege
what would be the best way to have this working.
thanks in advance


The absoulte simplest way is to network them. At the very least, use
something like PCAnywhere to have one machine connect to the other. Beyond
that you alternatives are replication, or copying database to floppy or cd,
then moving to the other machine, then using relatively complex tool to
import/append/update the dbs. Neither of these two options are really of
interest when servicing those with "very little computer knowlege".

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Mike Storr
veraccess.com
Nov 12 '05 #2

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