By G. R. S. Mead
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You can share your files with other users on a network. , you can share information with many other computer programs and even on the World Wide Web. I promised you I wouldn’t take more than five minutes. Are you fired up yet? Let’s go! Using FileMaker Pro FileMaker Pro is the application, or program, in which you create files and tables and manipulate data. You have to get the program started before you can do anything else. Opening FileMaker Pro Start the FileMaker Pro application. If you’re using a Macintosh computer, go into the Applications folder, open the FileMaker folder, and double-click on the FileMaker Pro icon.
If you look over at the Book you should now have one record in your file — unless you were trying out the key combinations and now have two or three records. It’s okay; try it out. You’re not going to hurt anything. The worst that can happen is your computer will blow up, you’ll lose a lot of important files, be fired from your job, and end up homeless. So go ahead — give it a shot. ) Fields You may notice that the cursor is blinking in the white box next to First Name. If you click and hold down your mouse button on the white background to the left of the words First Name, you’ll see that most of the other white boxes have dotted lines around them.
Once the file is open, choose File, Manage Database. You’ll see a window that looks like the one in Figure 2-1. If not, click the Tables tab. 13 14 n Chapter 2 Figure 2-1 The Manage Database Tables tab. Tables Tab Since FileMaker now allows multiple tables in a file, you need a place to create and name them. The Tables tab is that place. In the Contact Management file, there’s currently only one table. When you first create a file, the first table is automatically given the same name as the file and the Manage Database window’s Fields tab is displayed.