1. WPCentral Question's Avatar
    I think a spreadsheet may be easier for me to remember. However, I will use which ever is easiest.
    Basically because I have such a lot of stock at home where I create my cards and altered art images I want to create a digital inventory of my stock. Just in case something happens at home and things are damaged or stolen.
    Say for instance I have a heading 'STENCILS' I need to list the Brand, name of each stencil, code and price of each individual item.
    Are you able to help me please.

    However, there is one small problem. I have a medical condition which affects my memory which in turn makes things difficult for me to remember how to use things.
    12-26-2015 11:13 AM
  2. xandros9's Avatar
    Interesting.

    I feel this might be above this communities pay grade actually.

    OK, personally I would consider using MS Access (a database program) but ease-of-use is a concern. I just took a class that had a lot of content on Access actually.

    So if you have access to that, it's worth considering.

    A spreadsheet might work as well if it's light enough duty.

    Hm
    12-26-2015 11:27 AM

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