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    DB Desing Tool

    Does anyone know of a free database design tool for windows (w2kp). I'm playing arround... that's why I want a free one.

    It doesn't have to be a huge app. Something that simplifies the conceptualization of a DB.

    Thank you,
    Last edited by lgomez; May 10, 2002 at 00:42.
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    Case studio light is free and fantastic !

    http://www.casestudio.com/enu/dow_enu.html

    i hope this helps you.

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    I just checked out the site and it's not free !

    i got a copy with a pc magazine and all the features are on my copy and it's not a trail version. It must have been some promotion or some thing like that.

    sorry about that
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    You are right it looks great.
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    Try any drawing tool. That is basically what most are. Visio for example is awesome (costs a bit though) but all it is is a drawing tool that allows you to place polygons that represent different parts of the db concept.

    If you have photoshop or something similar just use it for now.
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