|No problem!! I'm glad you're able to look into Access!!|
I will keep an eye out and help you as much as I can!
Just a little advice to get you started:
If you will have multiple people entering data at any given time, you will need to separate the tables containing the data from the user interface by creating 2 separate access databases. One Access Database that has a form that will be used for data entry and a second Access Database that will contain the tables that will contain your data. Then you will link the two databases together so you can enter data in the form and it places it in the second database.
The database with the data will need to be on a server or computer that is accessible by all parties entering data.
After you have your forms linked to your second database and working the way you want, you can give a copy of the database with the forms to each user and everyone will be adding data to one location!
After you get some data collected, you can create another front end that contains only reports and link it to the original Access Database that contains your data and give this front end database to management so when they open it, they just have buttons that open the reports they want to see.
Things to Google that will help you:
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