I don't this to be taken the wrong way, but if you want an Access style interface, use Access. Through MyODBC, it is possible to connect Access to a MySQL database. This would allow you to build your own interface using the tools that you like in Access. Other than that, there ia few generic, bouncing-ball style setups for MySQL. This can be mainly attributed to the cross platform nature of the program. It is a very large task to build something that will work on all of the platforms that MySQL offers and still maintain some consistancy. There are a number of projects out that that attempt to autogenerate a web form based on the table that is to store the data. Here's just a few I noticed while searching SF.net: http://sourceforge.net/projects/phpdbform/ http://sourceforge.net/projects/phpmybuilder/ http://sourceforge.net/projects/pfb/ ---- Michael Pemberton mpember at phreaker.net ICQ: 12107010 -- Original Message -- From: Gustavo Arizpe <garizpe at network.com.mx> Send: 2002-05-20 ... I know I'm sounding too lazy, but isn't just great how easily can you create databases and forms with FileMaker? Why there are no tools like FileMaker for MySQL? Do I have no clue at all?