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MS Access Application

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I have written an MS Access Application which tracks employee time and
produces reports. It saves calculating hours based on time in and time
out. I call it PUNCH CLOCK. It is very usefull and we use in in our
business of 7 employees.

The closest competition sells for $50. I have no experience selling
programs: Anyone want to partner or buy out the kernel?

Write to David dk****@yahoo.com I'm in St Louis, MO

May 10 '06 #1
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First of all, isn't it a bit much to refer to your program as a kernel.
Second, if you want to sell your app retail the Access front-end will
cause you much headache. I would recommend writing it inVB and use
Access as the backend.
dk****@yahoo.com wrote:
I have written an MS Access Application which tracks employee time and
produces reports. It saves calculating hours based on time in and time
out. I call it PUNCH CLOCK. It is very usefull and we use in in our
business of 7 employees.

The closest competition sells for $50. I have no experience selling
programs: Anyone want to partner or buy out the kernel?

Write to David dk****@yahoo.com I'm in St Louis, MO


May 10 '06 #2

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First of all, isn't it a bit much to refer to your program as a kernel.
Second, if you want to sell your app retail the Access front-end will
cause you much headache. I would recommend writing it inVB and use
Access as the backend.
dk****@yahoo.com wrote:
I have written an MS Access Application which tracks employee time and
produces reports. It saves calculating hours based on time in and time
out. I call it PUNCH CLOCK. It is very usefull and we use in in our
business of 7 employees.

The closest competition sells for $50. I have no experience selling
programs: Anyone want to partner or buy out the kernel?

Write to David dk****@yahoo.com I'm in St Louis, MO


May 10 '06 #3

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DFS
dk****@yahoo.com wrote:
I have written an MS Access Application which tracks employee time and
produces reports. It saves calculating hours based on time in and
time out. I call it PUNCH CLOCK. It is very usefull and we use in
in our business of 7 employees.

The closest competition sells for $50. I have no experience selling
programs: Anyone want to partner or buy out the kernel?
1. Launch your web browser
2. Google for 'timesheets'
3. Kiss your dream goodbye

Write to David dk****@yahoo.com I'm in St Louis, MO



May 10 '06 #4

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sj
hi, i'm keen in that source code. pls write to me at
se*********@gmail.com

May 10 '06 #5

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