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Old 12-09-2010, 09:04 PM   #5
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Originally Posted by Andrew B. View Post
Okay, but where will your information be? Will it be in the paper files, and the database is an index to those paper files. IOW, you perform a search and it tells you which paper file to look at. Or, are you going to transfer textual information from the paper into the database.
I just want perform a search and it will tell me which paper file to look in. i.e. When I enter "James Scott" it will say there is information in the file tagged "Scott, James" as well as in other files with different tags. It will also give me a brief summary of what is contained in the article or document so I can decide if I want to dig it out.

Of course this depends what information I enter and perhaps I have no appreciation of what is involved in that.

Thank you the trouble you and others are going to to answer me.
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