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Numbers 08 Customer Database?


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I'm wanting to set up a customer database which will make creating invoices etc much easier, i have the program Numbers 08 from iWork but i do not know how to create a simple form which will update the table and also be used to create an invoice.
I am used to using Microsoft Access and just wondering if i was right in guessing Numbers worked the same way, however i cant find any tutorials besides the ones on the apple site which talk more about layout than anything important.
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Spreadsheet != database.

Have you checked out bento?
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