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I built my own database in MS Access for costs and flexibility reasons. With a dedicated program like RE:discovery or PastPerfect you need tech support to change things or modify workings and you could pay through the nose at least for RE:D. I think a self-made system with additional fields could serve for both artifact and records as I have done.
I feel your pain,
Marybeth S.F. Tomka, M.A.
Curator (Lead Curatorial Researcher)
Center for Archaeological Research
The University of Texas at San Antonio
State Certified Curatorial Repository
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San Antonio, Texas 78249
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