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Arvel L. Williams, P.E. wrote:

Michael,

Try Paradox 9.0 or Higher.  It works fairly well with a special field to
handle the graphics.  Access will do the same thing.

If you have any flavor of Database Desktop you can set up a data base and
then use a ODBC to work with it.

Does anyone have experience with using Access or for that matter any kind
of database program for managing large numbers of images with associated
data?

I think the terms "MS Access" and "large amounts of information" are not compatible.

Best to go for an SQL solution, like MySQL or PostgreSQL which are free software.

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