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    I am an adjunct college instructor and need a
    simple database to store and track videos or books.

    I looked at listmaker, but don't want to spend $20.00 on a database program if I can avoid it. Any suggestions?
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    I wish I could remember what it's called but if you go to PalmGearHQ, I believe there is actually a program that tracks videos, books, movies, CD's, etc. If I think of what it's called, I will post it. But I am pretty sure I saw it on PalmGear HQ. Good luck!
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    For simple lists at the right price (free ) I don't think you can beat Handyshop.
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    Originally posted by kalaban:
    I am an adjunct college instructor and need a
    simple database to store and track videos or books.

    I looked at listmaker, but don't want to spend $20.00 on a database program if I can avoid it. Any suggestions?
    Try list, simple, free, three field database.
    http://www.magma.ca/~roo/list/list.html
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    MobileDB Lite is a free database viewer (you can't edit or create on yur Visor) that works with MobileDB-PC, which goes on your PC to create/edit the databases. You then sync to your Visor. You can import .csv files to MDB-PC easily. It's a pretty decent free solution you might want to check out.
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    Originally posted by kalaban:
    I am an adjunct college instructor and need a
    simple database to store and track videos or books.

    I looked at listmaker, but don't want to spend $20.00 on a database program if I can avoid it. Any suggestions?

    Check out DB. It's a free (open-source) database program that allows you to define multiple databases, each with your own database format. It's not as full featuread JFile, ThinkDB, HanDbase, etc. but it will definitely do what you want and it's free:
    http://vger.rutgers.edu/~tdyas/pilot/index.html

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