FileMaker Releases Free K-12 Training
FileMaker has released a set of training materials for K-12 educators using the company's FileMaker Pro database solution. The training materials, collectively known as "FileMaker Pro Basics," are available free, along with a FileMaker 9 trial edition.
The FileMaker Pro Basics collection is designed show educators the fundamentals of database creation in FileMaker Pro 9 to be used either in self-paced training or as part of a professional development program. It includes two modules, each containing PDF-based instructional materials and sample databases for performing exercises and checking work. The materials cover form creation and customization, data entry and searches, label and address field generation, report generation, security, and sharing databases via the Web.
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