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Old February 9th, 2005, 07:17 AM
Paul Cooper via AccessMonster.com
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I'm designing an access 2003 DB for a small Newspaper. It will monitor the
deadlines of the newspaper. Each record is a day. There are 5 people that
could access the record at the same time. Each person editing a different
field. Each user is forced to only edit their fields. Is it better to have
1 table, or 1 for each user, and then use a relationship to connect them
together. I would prefer 1 table for simplicity, but that might not be the
best design.


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