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    Self-Test Database Template? (2002)

    <P ID="edit" class=small>(Edited by HansV on 02-Sep-03 16:35. Request for sending solution by private e-mail removed - see Rule 10.)</P>Hi everyone. I wrote the Microsoft template development team about creating a Microsoft Access template for their template gallery that allows you to generate/score tests. In the meantime, does anyone have a template they would like to share with me so that I could use it to study for my private pilot exam? If not, I guess I might make a run at creating a basic one, but really don't want to reinvent the wheel if it's already out there. If anyone knows of something like this, or where to get it, please let me know (I know there are a lot of test creators out there, but I would like to use one in Access since it's so customizable). If nothing's out there, and someone wants to help me create it to send off to Microsoft, then let me know that too! Thank you good people, you're always there to help out.

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    Re: Self-Test Database Template? (2002)

    WOW!!! No one's done this before in Access? I am truly shocked! Well I'll wait a little while longer, then maybe I'll have a go at it myself ! If anyone's interested in helping, just let me know!

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    Re: Self-Test Database Template? (2002)

    Many of us have built applications to do something similar, but they are not simple applications and most of them are for surveys, not self-tests. This type of project may be more typically built in Visual Basic classes as a student assignment, with the questions and correct answers stored in text files or in flat tables in Access. <img src=/S/shrug.gif border=0 alt=shrug width=39 height=15>
    Charlotte

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