steve9199 wrote:Actually I should have been more specific. I need a free-standing installation, and would prefer it to be a free application as well. I'm working with a "donor" computer and I've been given free reign with it....I've just not been given a budget...lol!!
I work for a copier service company and we just need a program to keep track of service histories and customer information. It doesn't have to be very fancy, just something that "works" (Kind of like Mint for instance....)
-Thanks again, Steve
Have a look at Glom a go. It is in the repositories. I've used it but only in an experimental way, because I have no real need for a database. It is simple to set up a database, or adapt one of the example ones given. If you want to have a look at the website, go to http://www.glom.org