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Lab Assignment - Introduction to Databases and Spreadsheets

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Daniel Hopes December 19, 2001 BUS 235 Management Info System Don A. Kiamie Lab Assignment - Introduction to Databases and Spreadsheets The following two pages are catalogues of part of a collection of books that I own. These are the books that I brought with me to college this semester combined with those that I have purchased since being here. ...read more.

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The first page is a spreadsheet completed in Excel. It is a very simple spreadsheet that allows organization of the information needed with limited time and effort in data entry. This is a very simple way to organize the material but is effective in producing an organized, printed listing of my collection. ...read more.

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The larger the amount of data entered gets the more benefits that are gained by using the database instead of a spreadsheet. For this collection of information I chose to use title, author, publisher, date, and subject to further classify the books. This will ease in finding books and information by using the fields because I can look for several key details about a book and find it easily. ...read more.

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