I appreciate the quick reply. I was afraid someone would come back with phpMyAdmin as a suggestion. I admit that I have perused this as a possibility for creating the database as admin. On first look it doesn't seem to lend itself for easily creating something to present to an end user unless I am greatly overlooking its abilities. Remember end users are usually not computer savvy and need something simple for data entry/querying a db. I will go back and look at phpMyAdmin but again I was hoping for something simple for my customer reps not for an admin.