I have a database of CD recordings which is used by the Linlithgow Club.
It is maintained on Lotus 123 which is simple and can be reorganised
using the data commands to give any type of prioritising or sorting.
I have also been able send it as a binary to other club members who also
Let me know if you want a copy to see if you can play with it.
In message <firstname.lastname@example.org>, Irene van Maarseveen
<XXXxxxxx@xxxx.xx.xx> writes > >What is the simplest, most effective way to index a few hundred SCD >recordings? The data should be easily sortable according to, say, >tape-number, dance, dance-type, etc, and should _also_ be able to be >printed out in a manner suitable for inserts for tapes (for which a >fair bit of flexibility in arranging the layout is needed). > >Would spreadsheet software be the best for the purpose? Are there >more suitable options? I have (access to) Quattro Pro and >WordPerfect, but could get hold of other software if necessary. > >And, I don't want to spend the rest of my life setting up an index! >So, the KISS approach is what's wanted ... er, maybe I should >rephrase that, in case it's misinterpreted ... ;) > >Irene van Maarseveen >Pretoria, South Africa >email@example.com > > >