Is the FileMaker Pro a recommended application for database beginners?

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I am looking for a database application. Is the FileMaker Pro a recommended application for database beginners? Can anyone recommend easier database applications?

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Is the FileMaker Pro a recommended application for database beginners?

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Dear Hamilton Honny

You can use FileMaker Pro as a beginner user. 

The advantages are as follows: 

You can learn using FileMaker Pro by their training facilities. 

You will get here (1) FileMaker  training series (2)  Video and tutorials (3) 3rd party training materials by browsing training manual, books, video tutorials offered by FileMaker business alliance members and also (4) you can attend web seminars for beginner to advance FileMaker topics within one hour. 

So, If you choose this product you will be able to manage your data in easy way, other wise you can take a look on the list below which are also a easy way for database management. 

web assist, Microsoft Office Access, Libra Office Base etc. 

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Is the FileMaker Pro a recommended application for database beginners?

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FileMaker Pro is a great alternative to Microsoft Office Access. It is a powerful and easy-to-use database application that will help you and your group finish any task faster either on the web, using Mac OS X, or Microsoft Windows. It has more than 30 professionally designed templates to assist you in managing the tasks in just a few minutes.

Using FileMaker Pro you can produce custom databases and even construct a database fitted for your own needs. If this is the first time you’ll be using FileMaker Pro, you can create your own sample by simply drag-and-drop Microsoft Office Excel data into FileMaker Pro. It can help you generate reports, and obtain step-by-step reporting tools to assist you in managing and to automate tasks.

To download, visit FileMaker Downloads and Resources. It works on Windows Server 2003, Windows XP, Windows Vista, Windows 7, and Mac OS X 10.6 Snow Leopard. It costs $499 but you can still use it for free for 30 days with its free 30-day trial period.

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