I work for a charity, and we frequently go to events where people want to sign up and learn more about the problem we work on and our work.
This requires a) printing 100s of signup sheets for people to write their details on (name, address, email address), and b) a great deal of staff or volunteer time entering this data.
Would anyone be able to suggest a suitable program that would allow users to signup on the computer directly, but prevent them from exiting this signup screen, and using any other part of the computer?
It would need to be able to output to .csv so that the data can be imported into our mailing list software.
Ideally, it, and its host OS, would run on very old hardware – it'd be a massive advantage if we could avoid using relatively expensive new(ish) laptops for this, and instead use a couple of old laptops (think Pentium 1 166 mmx running Windows 98 SE) that I can donate to the charity, as there'd be much less risk of theft / cost if they got damaged.