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  • We use FileMaker, which works seamlessly with Excel (and other spreadsheets)but we're a Mac shop. Not sure if there's a Windows equivalent. -- Robin

  • Hi Kate, BLUF*: Mike's advice was spot-on. Next step - ask IT which d-bases they will support and then hunt down info on just those because you do need an actual d-base (Excel isn't one) and your IT is evidently a gatekeeper or key ...

  • Maybe Oracle or something that your IT will support. Our IT won't support Access either but one of our students created it in the 90's and we've been using since. I can send a blank copy if you want to take a look. ------Original Message------ ...

  • Unfortunately, our organization has stated that they won't support any databases in Access, so we can't use that... I wish we could, but there's just not the IT support we'd need for it to work well, and my supervisor won't allow us to use it because ...

  • Hi Kate, Microsoft Access is usually used for databases like what you're describing. You can either enter all data or link files to it. If you already have it started in Excel you should be to upload into Access. Thanks ------Original ...

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