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On Wed, 2012-03-14 at 16:22 -0400, 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?

Thank you,
Stephanie Dutcher

     You should be able create a database using Base (the database
component for LO) if someone knows anything about databases. "Getting
Started with Base" is a chapter of the Getting Started Guide. It should
be some help. You can download it from the Internet: (Look in
the Getting Started with LibreOffice table).

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