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    • Web_Design_Freelance : Part IImportance Of Using GPS System During HikingHiking is a great sport for someone who wants to be in the outdoors, and experience asense of complete freedom and satisfaction. But it is an activity that requires all theprecautionary measures to be considered before participating. In the past, a person wasaccompanied by a local tracker on a hiking trip. This tracker was experienced and familiarwith the particular location.These days, the GPS (global positioning system) is replacing some of the functions of thelocal trekker. The GPS allows you to perform the trip on your own without the help ofanother person. In order to figure out which GPS would work for you, the GPS should beexamined further.The GPS system shows you where you are, and shows you the route you are following andwhat routes are possible. If you are traveling in an area that hasnt been mapped out yet,you would have to install the map into your GPS before your hiking trip.When you buy a GPS system for hiking you must take into account the conditions you willbe in. Unlike a GPS system in cars or planes or sea vehicles, you will be holding itthroughout the entire trip. It has to be durable, water and shock resistant and keep updatingareas and locations you as you move along. You should also consider what type of hikeryou are, whether you are a serious hiker, or just a person who goes out on the weekends.This knowledge would give you a better understanding about the features you need. Themost well known brands for hikers are Garmin and Magellan.The main thing to remember is that you need a system which is more functional and has themost detailed mapping capabilities in the area you are going to hike. Things like shape,size, or color are not as necessary, make sure you consider what you need.Hiring a web designer to come up with the custom solution that you need can set you backa few thousand bucks. But you can do the whole thing yourself and make it drag and dropsimple for mere pennies with a tool like Breezy Websites. See http://breezywebsites.comfor details!WEB_DESIGN_FREELANCE : End of Part IWeb_Design_Freelance : Part II
    • Importing Text Files Into An Ms Access DatabaseIn some of the MS Access databases that you develop, there may be a need to import datafrom text files, also referred to as ASCII files or flat files. Lets look at the menu methodsavailable to you.Under the File menu, there is an entry named "Get External Data", and then "Import...". Theextra "..." indicates that when you choose that entry, a dialogue box will appear on thescreen to ask you for further details.The next step is to change the "Files of type:" entry to show "Text Files(*.txt;*.csv;*.tab;*.asc)". A good habit is to always use the .txt extension for text files. Thus,they will appear under that choice and you can quickly look for the file you want to import.Generally speaking, your text files should either have their "fields" separated by a delimiter(usually a comma or a tab, but can also be a space, semicolon, or any other chosencharacter), or they may be in fixed widths where each field always takes the exact samespace in each record.Lets look at the delimited style first. The fields will be automatically sensed by Access asper the delimiters. Subsequent dialogue box screens will ask you to indicate if the first rowin the text file has field names, pick a table for the data (if you do not have one predesigned,Access will build it for you), designate field names if needed, adjust field types (Access triesto predetermine the types), indicate if the field should be indexed, tell MS Access to skip afield, add a primary key if it is creating a new table for your data, and finally, name the tableif you chose to create a new one. If you are importing the data into a temporary table (acommon process) use the defaults.If your data is in fixed format, the main difference in the above is that you must verify thefield boundaries in the data. If your data is all filled in (ie. no spaces) Access will not be ableto guess where the fields end. Note that the dialogue box that you get in this case hasinstructions on how to create, delete, or move a field break line. A little experimentation willget you sucessfully on your way quickly.For a discussion of the exporting of data to a text file, visithttp://www.databaselessons.com/text-files-2.php.Hiring a web designer to come up with the custom solution that you need can set you backa few thousand bucks. But you can do the whole thing yourself and make it drag and dropsimple for mere pennies with a tool like Breezy Websites. See http://breezywebsites.comfor details!WEB_DESIGN_FREELANCE : End of Part IIWeb_Design_Freelance : Part III
    • Importing Text Files Into An Ms Access DatabaseIn some of the MS Access databases that you develop, there may be a need to import datafrom text files, also referred to as ASCII files or flat files. Lets look at the menu methodsavailable to you.Under the File menu, there is an entry named "Get External Data", and then "Import...". Theextra "..." indicates that when you choose that entry, a dialogue box will appear on thescreen to ask you for further details.The next step is to change the "Files of type:" entry to show "Text Files(*.txt;*.csv;*.tab;*.asc)". A good habit is to always use the .txt extension for text files. Thus,they will appear under that choice and you can quickly look for the file you want to import.Generally speaking, your text files should either have their "fields" separated by a delimiter(usually a comma or a tab, but can also be a space, semicolon, or any other chosencharacter), or they may be in fixed widths where each field always takes the exact samespace in each record.Lets look at the delimited style first. The fields will be automatically sensed by Access asper the delimiters. Subsequent dialogue box screens will ask you to indicate if the first rowin the text file has field names, pick a table for the data (if you do not have one predesigned,Access will build it for you), designate field names if needed, adjust field types (Access triesto predetermine the types), indicate if the field should be indexed, tell MS Access to skip afield, add a primary key if it is creating a new table for your data, and finally, name the tableif you chose to create a new one. If you are importing the data into a temporary table (acommon process) use the defaults.If your data is in fixed format, the main difference in the above is that you must verify thefield boundaries in the data. If your data is all filled in (ie. no spaces) Access will not be ableto guess where the fields end. Note that the dialogue box that you get in this case hasinstructions on how to create, delete, or move a field break line. A little experimentation willget you sucessfully on your way quickly.For a discussion of the exporting of data to a text file, visithttp://www.databaselessons.com/text-files-2.php.Hiring a web designer to come up with the custom solution that you need can set you backa few thousand bucks. But you can do the whole thing yourself and make it drag and dropsimple for mere pennies with a tool like Breezy Websites. See http://breezywebsites.com fordetails!
    • WEB_DESIGN_FREELANCE : End of Part III