Action Figure Database software?

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  1. e3nine

    e3nine Poop.

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  2. Red04Cobra

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    I've just been making my own database file. I really need to work on updating it with photos I've taken.
     
  3. MrBigFeathas

    MrBigFeathas My rocket pack?!?

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    Not sure if you still need software for this but I was looking for something that was free also and came across this...

    Action Figure Vault Software

    I haven't used it yet so I don't know how good it is but...
     
  4. cobra zartan

    cobra zartan Think's He's a Detective.

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    Just gave it a try, waaay to much hassel especially if you have lists and such made with word and excel mabey if I was just starting out and didnt have to imput a few thousand items itd be good or if I could download premade checklists like they have on the site
     
  5. MrBigFeathas

    MrBigFeathas My rocket pack?!?

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    I took a quick look at it last night. Definitely lacking, but wasn't there an import CSV option? Can't expect much for a free program I guess. I'm surprised collectorz.com doesn't have a Toy database program. I have their Comic Book one and it's amazing.
     

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