Database/Base de datos/données 1.3

  on January 21, 2014

Easy Capture Database/Base de datos/Base de données 

(La) Version 1.3

En fran?ais: téléchargez ici

En espa?ol: descargar aqu?


From this page you can download the latest version of the Easy Data Capture Database.

If you have previously installed a version of the Database on your computer, or if you have Microsoft Access 2007 installed on your computer, you can download and run the Update (3MB). Otherwise you need to install and run the Full version (58 MB).

If you have a previous version of the Database in the same language,please remove it before installing and running the Update.To remove anexisting version of the Database, go to Control Panel, select Add/Remove Program, highlight the GMMP version you wish to remove and and then click on Remove.

The Database is provided as a zip file. Download the file, unzip it and then run the Setup program. For full installation and operating instructions, and information on how to submit your data, click HERE (PDF - 272 KB).

N.B. When you install a new version of the Database, you will loose all your captured data! However, you can install different language version and run them independently. Installing a different language version will not delete data in the original version.

Reminder: You should back up your data regularly. With the Database closed, copy the folder My Documents/GMMP to another location on your system.

Click on the version that you need in the appropriate language to download the latest version of the Database:






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January 21, 2014
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