Creating a catalog in Microsoft Access to keep track of program requests


Does anyone know of a sample template which can be used to hold program requests?  I think if I have a basic template, I can build on that.

I am looking for something that would have the basic information:
                     Request Number
                     Person Assigned Request
                    Status of Request
                    Place to store results, request and code used to complete request
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Microsoft creates templates for Access.

Sometimes they recreate older templates in newer versions.  Start with your own Access version but look in other Access versions if you can't find what you need.  You can always use templates created for older versions and you can sometimes use templates created for newer versions as long as they are not using new features.

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