Clinton writes "A previous developer at my school created a SQL Server 2k database that students use to log on to a tutoring session and then they log off later. The original data entry form on the web just had a place for them to enter their SS# and submit to log on/off. The web form works with a lot of .asp pages that I don't understand. What I need to do is to create a web form where certain individuals can write a new record for a student or tutor into the database. I have given up on learning .asp right quick. What I want to do is to create a front-end in Access and use that for the web interface. Can I do that instead of writing all of the .asp pages? Please say yes."