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Learn how to design and build a smart, secure database with FileMaker Pro 13—the database solution used in both home offices and Fortune 500 companies. Cris Ippolite, drawing on years of experience with clients at his own development firm, walks through the essential FileMaker Pro skills, from creating tables and managing fields to designing layouts that display your data. He'll show you how to find and sort data, create reports, import and export data, write scripts, diagram relationships, and more. Start now and start building your first database from scratch.
Hi, I'm Cris Ippolite, and welcome to FileMaker Pro 13 Essential Training. FileMaker Pro is the leading desktop database software. Popular for it's ease of use, and used by everyone from Fortune 500 companies to individuals who just want to be a little bit more organized. You'll learn the basics behind how a database works. How to manage the various fields to store your data properly. How to work with layouts to display data. As well as, how to format your layouts in a number of different ways. I'll show you how to build interesting and attractive reports, including some summary reports.
And we'll take a close up look at how to setup relationships in FileMaker, and some of their interesting uses. Throughout the course, I'll be providing guidance and examples based on my experiences with my clients. We'll be working with a bunch of integrated data, based around a database that we'll create from scratch. This will act as the example for all of our needs throughout the title. And now without any further delay, it's time for us to dive into FileMaker Pro 13, Essential Training.
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