Has anyone got ADU Software

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as above,

iam thinking about buying this software, is it any good?

can you add pictures to the reg notes

or is their any other program as good

cheers

jason

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yes
yes
Find it easy to use

Kevin

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Hi Jason I use Aerodata and find it better than any other that I have used,It is updated 4/5 times a weeks and you can add pic to your regs.
This is just my thoughts Iam sure othere's will have there own
Cheers
Paul

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Hello, Paul. Not at work today?

Fancy meeting you in here! :D:D:D:D

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where will i get that paul

cheers

jason

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Hi Gray no i posted before i left for work , small world :p
and Jason go to www.aerodata.biz and you will find all you need to know about the database.
Cheers
Paul

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In my experience, most of the aviation databases do the job, it just depends on what you are expecting.

I used to use Aviation Databases < http://www.aviationdatabases.com/ > which was fantastic with plenty of development, but it was very expensive.

I now use ADU < http://www.airlinedataunlimited.co.uk/ > which is less dynamic, but a hell of a lot cheaper.

I would advise doing a google search on aviation database and contact the many different manufacturers, as they mostly offer trial versions so that you can get a feel for what they offer and you can work out what you want.

lee

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Why get a standard program, when you can custom design your own MS Access database according to YOUR demands, preferences and wishes? I stepped over to Access (from MS Excel) a long time ago and never looked back.

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Funny you should say that, Peter. I did exactly the same. :)

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Like Lee said before the best way is to ,if you can try them all.
Most of them will give you a demo disk so you can see how they work for you.
I have tried them all some are good, some are very good and one is complete crap,but that is only my say .Go out and see for yourself.
I know both the owners of Aerodate and Aviationdatases and they are both very helpfull abd easy to contact and talk too

Cheers
Paul :D :D :D

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apparently there is one called

aircraft photo log

which is supposed to be ok too