I take it that would mean I'd have to purchase Microsoft Access (I think that's a database program?) to do that though Nikki?
I feel you-- on the not owning, nor wanting the expense of purchasing, Microsoft Office and/or Access.
I use the free OpenOffice program
; it's a very "strong" and reliable program, and very similar to Microsoft's Office program--- and- being that it's "open"-software- IT'S FREE!!
It even "Saves As" and Opens Microsoft file-types.
(I've used that method successfully within TurboCAD, as OLE Objects: Type up a lengthy, formatted, General-Notes document, and Insert into TurboCAD as an OLE-Object, linked to that OpenOffice file.)
I would use my free OpenOffice Database program ("sub"-program-- you get a whole suite when you download) in TurboCAD for all the type of stuff that Nikki does (saving as a Microsoft file-type).
Anyway-- Check out the web-site linked above and download and install the program. It is a very trustworthy site and program. It's been around for many years and used by a lot of people