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Filemaker Pro 11 [Old Version]

Platform : Windows 7, Windows Vista, Windows XP, Mac OS X 10.6 Snow Leopard, Mac OS X 10.5 Leopard
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  • FileMaker Pro 11 is the leading, easy-to-use database software to help you quickly manage & securely share information through a network or over web
  • Get over 30 professionally designed templates to help manage your tasks in minutes
  • Build a database tailored for your unique needs--get started by just dragging and dropping Microsoft Excel data into FileMaker Pro
  • Get step-by-step reporting tools to help manage and automate tasks--even easily create and email reports in Excel or PDF
  • Safely share with both Windows and Mac users, plus over a network with up to 9 other users;
  • Securely publish your databases to the web in a few clicks
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  • Product Dimensions: 5.5 x 8 x 1 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 3.2 ounces
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  • ASIN: B0039OL576
  • Item model number: TY356LL/A
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: March 9, 2010
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (22 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #2,751 in Software (See Top 100 in Software)
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28 of 30 people found the following review helpful By Adam Parker on May 3, 2010
I am the Senior FileMaker Pro Developer at a major American university/medical school, where we have integrated FileMaker Pro and Oracle-based products to manage the vast amounts of clinical data collected for our cancer research center. We've recently started testing FileMaker Pro 11 in our environment, and have so far been very impressed with the new features and enhancements I've encountered.

Here are a few notable things I've encountered:

This long-overdue feature alone justifies the upgrade price! In the past, creating a simple chart in FileMaker Pro has been a complex process involving byzantine workarounds and/or expensive plug-ins or services. Now you can create dynamic charts which key off table data, found-set data, or related data. The new feature supports bar, line, area, and pie charts. I looking forward to seeing more chart types in future releases.

This feature greatly increases the usability of the table view in FileMaker Pro, and reduces the need for my Excel-savvy users to export the data for further analysis.

This feature creates a dynamic link between an existing Excel spreadsheet and a FileMaker Pro file. This is great in an environment like ours where many different data platforms (including Excel) must be supported. With this feature, I can allow an Excel spreadsheet to be the primary repository of a given chunk of data, but still use a FileMaker Pro solution for analysis and reporting. This gives us more flexibility to offer multi-platform solutions to complex workflows.
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19 of 20 people found the following review helpful By Frank K. Smith on July 6, 2010
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I have been using the Mac since 1984, and the original FileMaker was the first software I ever purchased. The evolution of FileMaker to FileMaker Pro has been smooth and seamless. My move into FMP v11 was prompted by my purchase of an iMac with the Snow Leopard OS.

I use FMP for everything, including checking accounts, bookkeeping, client records, sales, any kinds of lists that may require sorting (by name, by phone number, by ZIP code, etc.) I also use FMP extensively for my preparation to announce the Reno Championship Air Races each September:

Reno sends me an EXCEL spreadsheet with all the competitors' information, such as aircraft and type, class, pilot's name and home town, alternate pilot's name, color, race number and sponsor information. There is much more info I don't really need. I can import the file into FMP, sort it by aircraft race class, then I can output each record in race-number order as a list in a particular format, in this case, into 2" by 8 1/2" strips which I output onto 8 1/2" x 11" paper. Then I take those sheets to my local friendly Office Max store and have them copied onto various colors of heavy paper, then cut to the 2-inch size. At the races, eight strips representing the planes in a particular heat or race are inserted into my spotting board so I know who is in each race (and how they fared in qualifying.) If you come to Reno, I'd be happy to show you the system.

FileMaker also offers the option of Boolean logic. I like the "If-Then" logic, especially for doing my sales reports and invoices. For instance, if the state field is "AZ", I have programmed the system to include the outrageous sales tax we have to charge. However if the state field is "AZ" and I have a resale number in the database, the system notes that and does not charge any sales tax.

If I can program this, anyone can. It is FUN and not cheap, but it is worth it. BUY a tutorial; don't try to wing it.
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15 of 17 people found the following review helpful By Tim Cimbura on April 23, 2010
FileMaker 11 is a solid release that builds on the foundation laid by FileMaker 10. Many of the features specifically allow developers to create better databases more easily. Some of the biggest new features include:
* Built-in charting tools.
* Quick reports using table view.
* Miscellaneous development interface enhancements

Here's a run down of each feature in some detail...
* New Quick Start Screen - Along the right side are tutorials and resources for beginners. Favorites and recently opened databases are easier to get to.

* Inspector "Gadget" - One major change to the interface for developers is the use of "the inspector" palette. Similar to many other "modern" applications such as Adobe CS and Microsoft Office, FileMaker now has opened up many of the features previously hidden in dialog boxes into a palette they call the inspector. This takes a little getting used to, but once you've become accustom to the change, it's difficult to go back. The palette does take more screen space so having a large (or wide) screen for development is very helpful. It is possible to open more than one inspector window and display nearly all properties of objects all at once be it Position, Appearance, or Data information.

* Manage Layouts - Manage layouts can now organize layouts in folders and submenus similar to how we work with scripts! This is really helpful for databases with hundreds of layouts. You can also create new, duplicate, edit, and delete layouts there as well.

* Charting Tool - In the past, FileMaker required a plug-in or connection to a web site to get charts or graphs into a FileMaker database. Now it's built-in and well integrated into the tool including bar, area, line, and pie charts.
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