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On Wednesday 14 March 2012, 16:22:39 Stephanie Dutcher wrote:
I work for a non-profit youth organization, and we are trying to figure out
a way to organize all of our members' information without a big cost to
us.  Would I be able to create something like an address book using a
template in the LibreOffice Database?

I am envisioning something where we can't see all the information right
when we open it.  I'd like it to be some kind of format where we have to
click on a tab or something to view each member's information, and they
would have an entire page dedicated to them.  Is that possible to do?


- if you need to have the adress book accessible from the internet, I don't 
know if it's possible with LibreOffice. For this use case I'd rather suggest 
looking for a groupware or collaboration app like egroupware or phpgroupware.

- if you need to access it from several computers on a local network, I don't 
know either. Here a groupware might be of help, too. 

- if you just need to access it on one machine, it should be doable with 
LibreOffice, but why don't you just take a generic address book app?

I don't know if there's a distinct howto for building an address book with 
Base, but maybe others can point you to good step by step instructions.


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