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I have been asked by the chairman of Squaresoft to create a website to expand on their famous Final Fantasy theme, but with a twist. They feel that they need knew ideas, and they want to give the world what they want.

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Task Description I have been asked by the chairman of Squaresoft? to create a website to expand on their famous Final Fantasy? theme, but with a twist. They feel that they need knew ideas, and they want to give the world what they want. So this website is devoted to the creation of games. It will give tutorials on games creation, a place to upload user's games, and a gaming survey. If Squaresoft? like something a user has made, the copyright will be officially bought from the rightful owner, and ideas will be extracted and put in the latest Final Fantasy? games. It has also come to my attention, that Squaresoft? have five clubs across England that is not able to share data between them. ...read more.

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* Old fashioned ledger driven management, 275 members 5. Final Fantasy City (London) * Head club, old fashioned ledger driven management, 4593 members Input from the members is gathered in the following stages: Members are encouraged to play the demo games located around the area, and are visited at regular intervals by workers who give them a survey, which is written down into a handwritten file and stored. Later the file is sent to Final Fantasy City in London, and eventually sent to Squaresoft were the ideas are used in the latest games. Another inefficiency is the users. The users names and information are stored in a ledger, and users who visit different clubs aren't recognised as a registered member and they have to sign up again. ...read more.

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Tables Clubs: Datasheet View: This is the datasheet view of my Clubs table. In this table, I listed my five clubs, along with their addresses and post codes. Design View: This is the design view of my Clubs table. This example shows how I set the ID to automatically increment for every row of information. Customer: Datasheet View: This is the datasheet view of my Members table. This table lists all of my members and lists their addresses and phone numbers. Design View: This is the design view of my Members table. I wrote a description for each one. Queries Clubs Members Query: Datasheet View: Design View: Clubs Members Query 2: Datasheet View: Design View: Design View: Customer Query: Datasheet View: Design View: Forms: Clubs: Datasheet View: Design View: Communicating and Handling Data Christian Augustine Page 1 of 22 ...read more.

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