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OK, ive spoken to someone who's good with databases and programming and so on but i dont want to hound him for info all the time, so here goes.

Basically he suggested i use MS Visual Studio, create a Windows based Form that pulls data from a database displaying the info in a Web browser/page application that i will create but i need it to run from a standalone cd or dvd.

Anyone know where i can get step by step tutorials on how to do this.

I am using this for now but dont know what excately to use:
http://social.msdn.microsoft.com/Sea...plication&ac=1
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I get "Bad Request" off that link, could you check it, please?
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mmm dont know why the link did not work but here it is again.

http://social.msdn.microsoft.com/Search ... tudio&ac=1
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You know you can script your own autoplay to launch a site in a browser, right? I would much rather do that than have to build an app to do a website's job (and not for lack of knowledge - I do work in c++/c#).
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mmm that is what i thought, i really want to stick to a web browser application as you suggested.

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