QuickTables
QuickTables
1.21

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QuickTables free download for Mac

QuickTables1.21

17 January 2010

Fast, easy to use database for home or office use.

Overview

QuickTables is a fast, easy to use database for home or office use. You can use it to track lists of data like contact information, CD/DVD collections, favorite Web pages or any other list that you can think of. QuickTables makes it easy to enter, sort and filter all your data. You can even protect your database with a password. Unlike other big databases, you don't need to be a database whiz to use QuickTables!

What's new in QuickTables

Version 1.21:
  • FIX: Exporting a table sometimes caused a "Syntax Error".

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1 Reviews of QuickTables

Jimw
29 October 2009
Version: 1.11

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While I have not downloaded the product I did take a serious look at its documentation. Here are my conclusions based on is documentation. The product is a flat file database. It is not relational. I base this on the fact that there was no mention of multiple tables in a file or key fields. Printout seems to me limited to WYSIWYG. I saw no mention of report layouts or creating custom forms for input. Conclusion: I see no distinct advantage that this application has over a spreadsheet - not even considering its low cost. While Excel and Numbers are considerably more expensive, NeoOffice and Open Office are free. If I am wrong about my assessment of this product I would encourage a user or the developer to enlighten or correct my impressions of this product as a reply. This is not to say this is a bad or useless product - only that with its current feature set as based on its documentation, it seems a bit redundant.
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Jimw
29 October 2009
Version: 1.11
While I have not downloaded the product I did take a serious look at its documentation. Here are my conclusions based on is documentation. The product is a flat file database. It is not relational. I base this on the fact that there was no mention of multiple tables in a file or key fields. Printout seems to me limited to WYSIWYG. I saw no mention of report layouts or creating custom forms for input. Conclusion: I see no distinct advantage that this application has over a spreadsheet - not even considering its low cost. While Excel and Numbers are considerably more expensive, NeoOffice and Open Office are free. If I am wrong about my assessment of this product I would encourage a user or the developer to enlighten or correct my impressions of this product as a reply. This is not to say this is a bad or useless product - only that with its current feature set as based on its documentation, it seems a bit redundant.
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