I am new to databases in general and LibreOffice Base in particular.
I am using LO Version: 184.108.40.206 installed into Windows 7 Home Premium Service Pack 1
I want to create a database with information for about 100 presentations. It would contain the
name of the presenter, the title, and three “keywords” or topics.
There are two tables consisting of a main table (that contains the PresenterID, PresenterName,
Date, Title, Topic1, Topic2, and Topic3) and the table of topics for the listboxes.
I have figured out how to create a single form to fill in the data for the two tables that uses 3
listboxes to present the choices for the topics.
I want to make the database easily searchable for people with little computer experience.
Is there a way to present a screen to such users with dropdown lists of the topics (same entries as
in the Topics table) that will produce a list of the relevant presentations?
I don’t what them to have to deal with creating a query or a report.
Am I asking for too much?
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