FileMaker Pro 11: The Missing Manual by Susan Prosser & Stuart Gripman

FileMaker Pro 11: The Missing Manual

By Susan Prosser & Stuart Gripman

  • Release Date: 2010-05-26
  • Genre: Computers
Score: 3.5
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Description

This hands-on, friendly guide shows you how to harness FileMaker's power to make your information work for you. With a few mouse clicks, the FileMaker Pro 11 database helps you create and print corporate reports, manage a mailing list, or run your entire business. FileMaker Pro 11: The Missing Manual helps you get started, build your database, and produce results, whether you're running a business, pursuing a hobby, or planning your retirement. It's a thorough, accessible guide for new, non-technical users, as well as those with more experience.
Start up: Get your first database up and running in minutesCatalog your data: Organize contacts, to-do items, and product information with speedy data-entry and sorting toolsCreate professional documents: Publish reports, invoices, and more, with easeAdd visual power and clarity: Create colorful charts to illustrate and summarize your dataHarness processing power: Crunch numbers and search text with dozens of built-in formulasLearn advanced topics: Explore the high-level features of FileMaker Pro Advanced and FileMaker Server

Reviews

  • iBooks are too expensive

    5
    By Brinker69
    I love Apple, I really do. However, this is getting ridiculous. I can purchase this book from a popular online bookstore for nearly 1/2 the price if this e-book from Apple!! I will have a tangible object that I can share with others, never need to charge it or worry about accidentally deleting it. The physical book costs more to print, distribute and physically ship...and yet soooo much cheaper... Interesting, to say the least. Apple, I know Steve is gone, you will need to appoint someone soon to help pull your head out of your bottom. Charging more for a better product is one thing. Charging insane amounts for the exact same information that everyone else has? WOW!
  • Not as useful as I had hoped

    3
    By GizmoDan
    I have the paper version of this book. This book is written in the style of leading you along step by step, as you try it. And quite frankly, who has time to do that with a 500+ page book? Not designed to just look things up, or just read quickly to learn a lot fast. PROS: lots of screenshots, thick enough that it should have everything. CONS: most things AREN'T in the index. And when they were, I was surprised at how often the page felt irrelevant or incomplete to what I was trying to do. Don't look to this book as a deep, detailed resource. It's just not.

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