I need a good program for my movies

I need a good program for my movies

Post by varois8 » Tue, 11 Jan 2005 09:36:58


Hi

I collect DVD's and would like to keep them listed and updated in my
Zire 31.
I have tried "Moviestuff" but it doesn't do what I want.
I need a program where I can enter my movies alphabetically. I don't
need to enter anything else like genre or actors.
I want to either scroll through the list on my PDA while in stores to
check if I have a movie or not or select from A to Z and pulled the
movies I own by name.
"Moviestuff" allows you to enter all kind of info about the movies but
doesn't list alphabetically. You got to look by genre.
I am looking for freeware and it doesn't have to be for movies only.
Thanks a lot

Patrick
 
 
 

I need a good program for my movies

Post by Jim Anders » Tue, 11 Jan 2005 10:00:44

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database programs.

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I need a good program for my movies

Post by Carl Fin » Tue, 11 Jan 2005 10:03:51


Have you considered just using a spreadsheet? Documents to Go came
with my T3 and works fine for purposes like yours. If it didn't come
with your device, I'm morally sure there will be a free spreadsheet
for PalmOS. Just put the titles in a single column and sort it.
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I need a good program for my movies

Post by Cujo » Wed, 12 Jan 2005 10:56:53


How 'bout storing all of them in the same "genre" ?

If all you need was a list, i'd store them as "contacts" in a "films"
category. Or use a spreadsheet, as someone pointed put.

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I need a good program for my movies

Post by varois8 » Fri, 14 Jan 2005 02:48:51


Hi

Thanks to all who answered with solutions to my movies problem. I have
decided to go with one of Jim's link above.

Thanks again

Patrick