FileMaker 13 Absolute Beginner's Guide

Overview

New to FileMaker Pro 13? This practical, approachable book will show you how to do exactly what you want, one incredibly clear and easy step at a time. The only FileMaker Pro 13 tutorial written from the beginner’s viewpoint, FileMaker Pro 13 Absolute Beginner’s Guide makes FileMaker more intuitive than it’s ever been.

Author Tim Dietrich draws on 20+ years of experience as a leading FileMaker solutions developer and instructor, including insider access to FileMaker’s creators ...

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Overview

New to FileMaker Pro 13? This practical, approachable book will show you how to do exactly what you want, one incredibly clear and easy step at a time. The only FileMaker Pro 13 tutorial written from the beginner’s viewpoint, FileMaker Pro 13 Absolute Beginner’s Guide makes FileMaker more intuitive than it’s ever been.

Author Tim Dietrich draws on 20+ years of experience as a leading FileMaker solutions developer and instructor, including insider access to FileMaker’s creators through his membership in the elite FileMaker Business Alliance. Using real-world examples and plenty of easy-to-understand visuals, Dietrich teaches you how to do all this:

  • Plan, design, and create databases that work reliably, perform well, and evolve smoothly
  • Expand your database, and effectively integrate new data and tables
  • Create layouts all your users can easily understand and efficiently work with
  • Find, sort, import, and export data
  • Create accurate, easy-to-use reports
  • Protect your database with accounts and privileges, and then share it safely
  • Back up your data
  • Take your data with you through FileMaker Go mobile solutions
  • Master expert tips and hidden features you’d never discover on your own
  • And much more
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Table of Contents

Part 1. Getting to Know FileMaker Pro

1. Welcome to FileMaker

2. A Quick Tour of FileMaker Pro

3. Exploring The Database

Part 2. Building Your Own Database

4. Planning and Designing Your Database

5. Creating the Database

6. Expanding the Database With Related Data

7. Creating Layouts

Part 3. Using Your Database

8. Finding and Sorting Data

9. Creating Reports

10. Automating Your Database With Scripts

11. Importing And Exporting Data

Part 4. Protecting, Sharing, and Caring For Your Database

12. Protecting Your Database With Accounts and Privileges

13. Sharing Your Database

14. Backing Up Your Database

15. Taking Your Data With You

Appendices

A. Learning More

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