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noun catalogue, computer base of inforration, computer file, computer storage, memory Generally: cyberspace, record, records, registry
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The retail and pre-installed editions of Microsoft Office Professional Edition include the same programs as the Small Office Edition plus one additional program: MS Access, a database program. The volume license version of MS Office Professional includes one additional program, MS InfoPath (information gathering and management); Business Contact Manager is only available upon request with the Microsoft Office Professional Edition purchased through the volume license program, and a fulfillment fee applies.
There will be costs associated with the program effort required to modify the existing SAARMS program to make it web-based or to develop a new SAARMS program on a different database program that is web enabled.
Few of us realize the true power of database programs. We use them to make labels for our Christmas cards, but they can do so much more.
While the database program was established initially to verify the accuracy of emissions monitoring, it has a broad base of possible applications such as monitoring chlorofluorocarbon gases in semiconductor manufacturing, measuring the components of natural gas and detecting gaseous chemical weapons.
EndNote is a bibliographic database program used by more than 150,000 researchers, information professionals, and students in more than 100 countries.
Specifically, if the victim's or agency's software can save the file in the American Standard Character Information Interchange (ASCII), a standard data information format, then any spreadsheet or database program can read the file.
Old catalogs are paper-based, in notebooks, ledgers, card files; but today nothing can match the value and flexibility of a computerized catalog organized on a database program. Information can be entered in a computer database in any order and edited readily; the catalog, even a large one, can be kept on a floppy disk that fits in a pocket and can be duplicated quickly and easily.
RetrievalPlus is a Windows-based (a DOS-based product is also available) database program designed specifically to do that job; it organizes technical references and provides a rapid method to search and retrieve them when you need them.
If your needs exceed this, consider a full-fledged, relational database program. The three relational database packages with which I am familiar are FoxPro (Microsoft Corp.), Microsoft Access (Microsoft Corp.), and Paradox (Borland International Inc., Scotts Valley, Calif.).
In order for your database program to tie your forms together, you must make sure you include a common field in each form.
It, too, uses a highly acclaimed relational database program (Paradox) to track client due dates and is being used by over 1,200 CPA firms.
In the classroom we are utilizing the History Database program for cataloging historical materials into a computer database.

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