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I need to create a very simple registration form. The form is intended for parents to pre-register with my service. The therefore need to leave their name, contact details, and school (that their child/children attend). As there are over 16,000 primary schools in the UK I need to pre-populate a drop down with all these schools on, then using a filter, only display schools within a certain area. This would go something like <select county>, <select area within county> <display list of schools within that area>.

I am building a temporary website with moonfruit and intend to embed this form within the site. Prior to that I need to know which is the best free online database software that would allow me to achieve the above without ANY database skill whatsoever. Zoho creator seems too complicated.
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So much depends on what you want to do with the data.

I've done this with: ACT! and Swiftpage surveys
It's pretty easy to use
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All I want to do with the data is store it in an excel format for the time being
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Google Docs...
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Sorry, do you mean Google docs will allow me to build an online database with no prior knowledge which is capable of being embedded on my web page?
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It will add the responses to a Google spreadsheet that you can export to Excel
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