Using Databases And Passwords
works with database files compatible with Microsoft Access 2000, but you do not
need to install Access 2000 in your computer.
can use only one database for all your data, or distribute your data into
several databases. You can protect each database file with a password, just like
it can be done with Access 2000.
database files are provided with the APO installation kit:
a demonstration database with data intended as examples of what you can do with
APO. Depending on the kit version, demo.mdb can be provided without a password
or with the password "demo".
an empty database that you can fill with your personal data. Depending on the
kit version, mydb.mdb can be provided without a password or with the password
starting APO for the first time, after closure of the registration window, you
will be prompted to select the database you want to work with. You may want to
select the "demo.mdb" database and explore the various APO functions
using the data contained in that database.
some practice with demo.mdb you can start your own personal database by using
"mydb.mdb" (an empty database). You can then rename this database and
set its password by means of the respective command in the main context menu.
You may also use the "save database as ..." function to create a copy
of the database with a name of your choice and place it in any directory.
is very important to remember your database password. There is no way to open a
database if you have forgotten it!
entered or modified in the APO database are saved on disk each time you finish
editing a record.
also Database backup and recovery.