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    MySQL GUI Syntax Generator?

    Anyone know of a GUI (yes, i'm a newbie ) program for MySQL similar to MS Access? I like the wizard generator as well as the creating the query via design view.

    I've tried MySQL-front, MyAccess, MyQry and none of them seem as easy as MS Access. I know i'll get flamed for praising microsoft by some peeps so i'll dodge the flames now

    Either the above or something to convert MS Access queries to MySQL
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    You might have trouble finding something as easy to use as MS Access. As much as we all love to bash Microsoft, they do have their usability act together.

    Personally, I use MySQL-Front and love it, though I have never used Access.

    I don't know of any other MySQL GUIs besides the ones you mentioned.

    I would suggest picking the tool out of the few you listed and just commit to spend a few hours learning the ins and outs of the program.

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    You might want to try PHPmyAdmin.
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    phpMyAdmin helps generate queries like left joins and other complex queries; not just what it does when updating/selecting (viewing)/editing tables?


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