there might even be some cool SQL you can use tho, which would avoid having
to get the data out and then put it back in again.

I *think* (don't quote me on this) I remeber seeing something like

UPDATE myTable SET myField = CONCAT(myField + 'new string of stuff here')
WHERE myID='1'


HTH

beau

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// > On Thursday 18 April 2002 16:51, Ron Allen wrote:
// > > I would like to make it so that my helpdesk section can 
// append entries
// in
// > > their Master Station Log. Update replaces the 
// entry....any clues??????
// >
// > You would have to get the original value, append the new 
// stuff then do
// UPDATE.
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