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    Posted: 20 Jul 2008 at 11:00pm

What follows are several examples of how to create a complete application.  They assume that you have at least a beginner level understanding of Access.  You should be familiar with creating tables, forms, queries, and reports. 
Each Zip file contains an instruction sheet, a beginning database, and a completed database.

Class Information

An application used to maintain the student information of a college class.
  4 tables. 
Access 97  Level: Beginner

Cater-It Database

 An application to maintain information for a simple catering service. 
  4 tables  Access 2000  Level: Intermediate

Scrip Database

 An application that maintains the information for a high school music department fund-raiser.
  7 tables. 
Access 2000  Level: Intermediate   

Boiler Plate

 Demonstrates how to create the "Boiler Plate" template that was used as the beginning point for each of the other samples.  Access 2000  Level: Programmer
 (In development)
Application Links:
Application Profile Form Created by Candace Tripp:
Form for obtaining specifications and requirements from prospective clients. (RTF format) 
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