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Simplified code version of searchable text database?

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Clueless Net

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I would like to place a transcript database on my site where visitors can type in key words that would lead them to the appropriate transcript. I want the search feature, not just a cut and pasted version.

The problem is that I've heard that this would involve MySQL and PHP. But I am new at website publishing and am more proficient at HTML or getting codes from others. Is there a way to get around that, an easier way to create the database? For example, can I use Microsoft Access and have it post online? Or would putting a google searchbar (customized) be alright? Or does someone already have a code that I can replace with my transcripts and keywords? Other ideas?

Thank you!
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