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December 27, 2007

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Opening the table to view or add data
In the main database window, double-click on the table name. The window will look something like this. Make changes to data and save changes.

So why doesn't it? The insert button isn't available, the data is uneditable. Data can be appended from the clipboard, but none of the table entries can be edited. So what's up with it?

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