Sebastopol, CA—You don't have to be a techie to use FileMaker Pro 12, but you do need to know what you're doing. And FileMaker pros Susan Prosser (@prosserDBHQ) and Stuart Gripman (@crookedarm) can help. With their new, crystal-clear guide—FileMaker Pro 12: The Missing Manual (O'Reilly, $39.99 USD)—you'll learn how to create a powerful database that lets you do almost anything with your data.
"Beginners who read straight through the book will get a sense of just how deep and wide FileMaker's power are," notes Prosser about the new edition. "They'll finish with a solid introduction that takes them through intermediate concepts and into some fairly advanced topics. They'll have the confidence and skill to create their own databases. Even experienced users will find plenty to keep them interested. We explain FileMaker Pro's new features and talk about best practices for implementing them into your databases."
The important stuff you need to know:
Whether you are running a business, printing a catalog, or planning a wedding, you'll learn how to customize your database and put it to work.
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FileMaker Pro 12: The Missing Manual
Publisher: O'Reilly Media
By Susan Prosser, Stuart Gripman
Print ISBN: 9781449316280 Ebook ISBN: 9781449332389
Print Price: $39.99 Ebook Price: $31.99
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