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Have database that was generated on commercial software using an
access 97 jet. Have converted the data to Access 2003 and need forms
2-3, queries, etc. simular to the original software, but now in Access
2003. I think this will be fairly simple for an experienced access
person.
Nov 12 '05 #1
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Read the newsgroup -- decide who gives solid, useful answers AND has contact
information in their SIG, then contact them directly. See the FAQ at
http://www.mvps.org/access/netiquette.htm or the daily FAQ post that this
isn't your local/global classifieds for employment solicitations. Be
careful, if you get responses -- most of the qualified, long-time
participants here know the rules and do not respond.

Sounds as if you may be expecting to beat the cost of some commercial
software with a custom-designed-and-implemented application. Chances are not
good that you can get a "bespoke system" done from scratch for off-the-shelf
software prices, but perhaps possible if all you want is a tiny fraction of
the commercial software's functionality.

I've seen some people want a custom app who were only familiar with
off-the-shelf prices turn pale and have a sudden, deep intake of breath when
told how much an app was going to cost them at even rather low rates for
custom development.

Larry Linson

"busheman" <xx*@yyy.zzz> wrote
Have database that was generated on
commercial software using an
access 97 jet. Have converted the
data to Access 2003 and need forms
2-3, queries, etc. simular to the original
software, but now in Access 2003. I think
this will be fairly simple for an experienced
access person.

Nov 12 '05 #2

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"Jerry Linson" <je***@jerseygirls.com> wrote in message
news:UG**********************@Gilgamesh-Frog.org...
Following up on Larry's advice, . . .
Just a note: I am no relation to "Jerry Linson" which is, in fact, just one
of many aliases used by a resident bizarre poster who has an obsession with
bathouses, sexual matters, etc., for reasons unknown to the rest of us here.
For your information, here's a few lines copied from the headers of the
referenced message:
X-No-Archive: Yes
Comments: This message probably did not originate
from the above address.
It was automatically remailed by one or more
anonymous mail services.
You should NEVER trust ANY address on
Usenet ANYWAYS: use PGP !!!
Get information about complaints from the URL below
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Nov 12 '05 #3

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Jerry Linson <je***@jerseygirls.com> wrote:
Comments: This message probably did not originate from the above address.
It was automatically remailed by one or more anonymous mail services.


Please ignore the above posting and others which are somewhat bizarre.

Note to persons new to this newsgroup. One person, with many identities, is being
rather disruptive. If you see a bizarre posting it's probably the work of this
disruptive person..

Check the headers of the posting. If you see the following the posting likely can be
ignored. Of course, there will likely be other headers to be added to this list.

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It was remailed automatically by anonymizing remailer software.
or
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You can also change your NewsReader program settings to ignore off-topic posts. See
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Tony
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read the entire thread of messages.
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Nov 12 '05 #4

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"starwars" wrote
There you go again Larry. You're really
a smart guy Larry and no one in there
right mind would ever knock your creden-
tials, but come on! Get a grip and stop
posting this garbage.
Strange, except for the "smart guy" and "not doubting your credentials"
parts, that's exactly what I'd admonish you, in all your many personae.

It must boggle your mind to realize that no one takes your accusations
seriously -- but, of course, your mind is nothing but a bog, anyway. I guess
some of us will have to continue to irritate you more than a bit by exposing
you to newbies as someone who hides behind an anonymizer to do your dirty
work. To wit, the following, copied directly from the headers of the
referenced post:
From: starwars <no****@tatooine.homelinux.net>
Comments: This message did not originate from the
Sender address above.
It was remailed automatically by anonymizing
remailer software.
Please report problems or inappropriate use to the
remailer administrator at <ab***@tatooine.homelinux.net>.
X-No-Archive: Yes

Nov 12 '05 #5

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"Larry Linson" <bo*****@localhost.not> wrote in message
news:Bg*******************@nwrddc01.gnilink.net...
I guess some of us will have to continue to irritate you more than a bit
by exposing you to newbies....

That's a relief. We're getting tired of you exposing yourself to the
newbies.
Nov 12 '05 #6

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"busheman" <sb****@comcast.net> wrote in message
news:f7*************************@posting.google.co m...
Have database that was generated on commercial software using an
access 97 jet. Have converted the data to Access 2003 and need forms
2-3, queries, etc. simular to the original software, but now in Access
2003. I think this will be fairly simple for an experienced access
person.


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Nov 12 '05 #7

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