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Numb in Kalamazoo

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Hi Everybody -

After a couple of brain-wracking weeks, I have begun designing my first
DB. I am struggling, but determined to make this work.

Would any of you be willing to take a glance at my beginning design and
make suggestions?

I have a small test db in a zipped file and can email it to you
directly.

My eyes are swirling, my mind is numb and my wife is spending this
weekend alone as I wrestle with this.

All input is most appreciated!

Thanks -

David
Ab*************@msn.com

Nov 13 '05 #1
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Sure, why not. Send it over and i'll have a look to see if i can give
you a few pointers.

GJ

Nov 13 '05 #2

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"David" <Ab*************@MSN.com> wrote in message
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Hi Everybody -

After a couple of brain-wracking weeks, I have begun designing my first
DB. I am struggling, but determined to make this work.

Would any of you be willing to take a glance at my beginning design and
make suggestions?

I have a small test db in a zipped file and can email it to you
directly.

My eyes are swirling, my mind is numb and my wife is spending this
weekend alone as I wrestle with this.

All input is most appreciated!

Thanks -

David
Ab*************@msn.com

Bad news: Your wife is not spending this weekend alone.
Nov 13 '05 #3

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Few questions:
1. what's the database supposed to do?
2. what tables etc do you have?
3. what in the database can't be handled by just adding data to tables
and using queries?

I mean, this is a really vague description of a problem!

Nov 13 '05 #4

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Yep, I will have a glance for you...

Nov 13 '05 #5

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