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Learn Filemaker Pro 8.5

Jonathan Stars



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14 November 2006
Computing & IT; Database software; FileMaker
Learn FileMaker(r) Pro 8.5 presents the fundamentals of the award-winning FileMaker Pro database program and distills the complexity of the program into a logical hands-on approach for both beginners and those who have experience with previous versions of FileMaker Pro. With this version, FileMaker Pro enhances the dramatically new and efficient approach to database management introduced in FileMaker Pro 7, giving the user even greater flexibility. Learn how to use the alignment tools to quickly align objects on your layout; set up fields for auto-complete and create tooltips to assist users; attach a calendar to a date field to efficiently enter dates; import tables and their data in a single step; save and send your reports as PDF or Excel files; organize information in different layers on a single layout using the Tab Control feature; export the contents of a field and attach it to an e-mail; use the Web Viewer to display information from the web inside your database.
By:   Jonathan Stars
Imprint:   AMACOM
Country of Publication:   United States
Dimensions:   Height: 230mm,  Width: 155mm,  Spine: 31mm
Weight:   742g
ISBN:   9781598220254
ISBN 10:   159822025X
Pages:   526
Publication Date:   14 November 2006
Audience:   College/higher education ,  College/higher education ,  Primary ,  Primary
Format:   Paperback
Publisher's Status:   Active

Reviews for Learn Filemaker Pro 8.5

Diabetes is now a worldwide pandemic affecting 151 million people...The days of just a few specialists coping with patients are over. Now it is a question of teams of health care professionals trying to deal with the rising workload. Prevention of complications is feasible and vitalEducation is the fulcrum of these activities. The present volume makes a major contribution and gives an international perspectiveThe book is useful to all, be it a health worker wanting to check on the latest on oral insulin or a scientist interested in anti-oxidant actions. It can be recommended to all. Professor Sir George Alberti, President, International Diabetes Federation, Imperial College, London, UK, from the Foreword

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