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Thread began 4/22/2009 12:26 pm by mark282611 | Last modified 9/03/2009 1:36 pm by mark282611 | 3748 views | 9 replies

mark282611

I'm on a Mac...

...using DW CS3 and have loads of WebAssist extensions, just downloaded the Contact Form Solutions Pack and saw the beginners guide to setting up a database and thought "YAY! At Last!" as I am a designer and have no clue about databses although I would like to/need to get my head round it.

However, it's all for Windows.

Is there ANYONE that can shed some light on working with databases on a Mac??? (a G5 2Ghz Dual Processor running OSX 10.4.11)

Has to be a really step-by-step setup for dummies type of thing, I really have no clue about databases - but I am a fast learner.

All/any help much appreciated

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