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Old 12-06-2018, 11:13 PM
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Default Database log file?

I'm not much of a database person, so perhaps these are some really dumb questions...

At work, we have an Access database that has multiple people entering data into it (which seems like really bad practice to me, and worries me a lot...). Is there some way of automatically logging who's changed what recently?

If this functionality doesn't exist in Access, does it perhaps exist in a different database program?

Is there some way of semi-automatically <not sure if this is the right way of calling it> maintaining the data in two separate states. Basically, older entries that have passed a QA/QC process and newer entries that still need to undergo a QA/QC process?
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