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Old March 16th, 2010, 02:08 PM posted to microsoft.public.access.tablesdbdesign
Fred
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Default I need help setting up my database

Checking the Microsoft site directly:


Steve's post: 3/12/2010 1:30 PM PST

My Post 3/12/2010 1:31 PM PST


Checking common sense, there's only on answer to the poster's guestion, and
a very simple obvious one at that, which is the simplest and most common
relationship structure. one-to-many staff and drills (performed) table. I
think that Steve thinks he invented it.

Good thing I didn't mention a look up table for the drill types, or he would
claim that he invented lookup tables that day and that I plagiarized the
concept of lookup tables from him.


Checking reality, it was obvious that I wrote it without having seen his,
doubly obvious from the time stamps directly on the Microsoft site.



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Old March 16th, 2010, 03:37 PM posted to microsoft.public.access.tablesdbdesign
Gina Whipp
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Default I need help setting up my database

Fred,

No worries... no one thinks you plagiarized anyone... Steve is just
*trying* to gain some credibility. I will leave it at that.

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"Fred" wrote in message
...
Checking the Microsoft site directly:


Steve's post: 3/12/2010 1:30 PM PST

My Post 3/12/2010 1:31 PM PST


Checking common sense, there's only on answer to the poster's guestion, and
a very simple obvious one at that, which is the simplest and most common
relationship structure. one-to-many staff and drills (performed) table. I
think that Steve thinks he invented it.

Good thing I didn't mention a look up table for the drill types, or he would
claim that he invented lookup tables that day and that I plagiarized the
concept of lookup tables from him.


Checking reality, it was obvious that I wrote it without having seen his,
doubly obvious from the time stamps directly on the Microsoft site.

 




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