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Create MS SQL 2005 Changes Log

CABHugh
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I wish to create a changes log for many of my tables in a MS SQL 2005 DB.

I will shortly be allowing our 26 shops access to our main database.  They will be able to edit data.  Because of this I need a simple log of what they change!  I would like to record to a single table the following data:
Table Name, ID of Record Changed, Field Changed, Old Value, New Value, Date/Time, User.

I will then display this information to Managers & Supervisors in a simple Access DB form so we can see what they are actually doing.

Has anyone got an example of the code I require.  I'm a relative beginer with SQL so a simple Copy/Paste solution would be great!

I've seen various ways of doing this type of thing but could really do with
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