Mark's (markwars1972) Master List:

Markwars1972's World of Springfield "Master List" as of December 12, 2003

We've created an online viewer for the masterlist.

To use it:

  • Follow the link to the online viewer
  • Select either "Show All" or "Hide All". This will change the values of the select boxes for each column to "show" or "hide", respectively.
  • Choose filter criteria (if desired). An example - to view all environments, choose "Figure/Playset", "is similar to" and then type in the letter E in the text box.
  • Choose your text size from the options provided.
  • Go through each column and choose one of the options:
    • hide - do not show this column
    • show - show this column
    • sort: ascending - show this column, and sort it alphabetically/numerically from first to last (A-Z, 0-9).
    • sort: descending - show this column, and sort it alphabetically/numerically from last to first (Z-A, 9-0).

    NOTE: If you leave all columns selected as "hide", it will show you every column instead of not returning any records.

  • Click on the "View Master List" button at the top or bottom of the page.
  • If you would like to save this view to look at later or send the link to someone else, use the "link to this view" link.
Download & Import Instructions

Download Tab Delimited Version (zipped)

Instructions on importing the file:

Spreadsheet programs such as Microsoft Excel should be able to directly open the file without any import.

MAC: Instructions on importing into ClarisWorks/AppleWorks for Macintosh Users:

You open the table in either Spreadsheet or Database. The list is in a "tab-delimited" format, which is imported into ClarisWorks/AppleWorks as the "ASCII" option.

PC/Mac: Instructions on importing into Microsoft Works:

The list is in a "tab-delimited" format. Click Open, or double-click the database name. Works will prompt you with the Separate Database Fields By dialog box. Select Tabs and choose OK.

PC: Instructions on importing into Microsoft Access 95/97:

  1. Open the Database file or switch to the Database window in an open database.
  2. From the File menu, choose Import.
  3. In the Data Source list box, select Text (Delimited) [2000: Text Files(.csv, .txt, .tab, .asc)], and click OK. Access displays the Select File dialog box.
  4. Select the text file to import, and click Import.
  5. Click Options [2000: click Next].
  6. In the File Type list box, select Windows (ANSI).
  7. In the Text Delimiter box, select {none}.
  8. In the Field Separator box, select {tab}.
  9. Click OK.

PC: Instructions on importing into Microsoft Access 2000:

  1. Open the Database file or switch to the Database window in an open database.
  2. From the File menu, choose Get External Data/Import.
  3. In the Files of type dropdown list box, select Text Files(*.csv, *.txt, *.tab, *.asc).
  4. Select the text file to import, and click Import.
  5. Click Next.
  6. Check the First Row Contains Field Names checkbox.
  7. Click Next, Click Next again, Next one more time.
  8. Select the radio button option Choose my own primary key and then select the ID field from the dropdown list.
  9. Click Next.
  10. Name your new table.
  11. Click Finish.

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