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Does anyone know of an existing database that can be adapted for such a use? I have looked at those supplied with Access97 however whilist there is plenty on Membership they all omit anything on attendence records...any ideas...???
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I am looking for something that allows me to alter and adapt the program around to suit own needs and terminology. The site suggested by chewhoung does have a db but not an editable one! Maybe I'm expecting too much but I still want to try!
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In access97 try new database, choose databses and there are a wizard that allow's you to create a membership database that tracks info about members ,payment etc...It is called MEMBERSHIP.

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