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remote change to a table and a form

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We have some databases in other states that are being used, and
contain data.
they want to delete 1 field in a table and add another field.
on the form they want to change a check box to now be tied to the new
field. and change its label.

is there a way to do this with a script of some type on users
computers that only understand that the shortcut runs the database for
data entry?

they do not want to send us the database to change since they do not
know how to send it to us and would not understand what to do with it
when they got it back.(the one time they tried I got 8 shortcuts
emailed to me)
I am not being mean this is just the way they are.

thanks for any suggestions

jerry

Nov 12 '05 #1
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sparks wrote:
We have some databases in other states that are being used, and
contain data.
they want to delete 1 field in a table and add another field.
on the form they want to change a check box to now be tied to the new
field. and change its label.

is there a way to do this with a script of some type on users
computers that only understand that the shortcut runs the database for
data entry?

they do not want to send us the database to change since they do not
know how to send it to us and would not understand what to do with it
when they got it back.(the one time they tried I got 8 shortcuts
emailed to me)
I am not being mean this is just the way they are.

thanks for any suggestions

jerry

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If you will be connecting to them off-and-on, I recommend your clients
get a subscription to it.
Nov 12 '05 #2

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