Access 2000 or 2003

Discussion in 'Microsoft Certification' started by FioCon, Sep 21, 2008.

  1. FioCon

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    Would anyone know where I could get a "template" for Student/Class Enrollment?
    We are a Continuing Adult Education Office where we offer 40+ course types
    and have approx 1500 mature students per term.
    Would like the Admin Staff to be able to input student info with course
    enrolled details ,and payment method. Could I have the "screen" display that
    the maximum number of students has been reached so staff cannot keep entering
    additional students (possibly offer the choice of starting a waiting list?)
    Would also love to be able to run a daily report that shows the exact
    numbers of students enrolled on a daily basis, with a breakdown in € received
    in Cheques, Cash and Credit Cards.... I am know the basics in Access but I am
    willing to learn, in dire straights right now - need to get something up &
    running quickly. Thank you
     
    FioCon, Sep 21, 2008
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