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Posted Jan 5, 2009

New FileMaker Pro 10 Ships With Sleek New Interface

By DatabaseJournal.com Staff

[From FileMaker]

SAN FRANCISCO and LAS VEGAS (Macworld Expo and CES) - January 5, 2009 - FileMaker, Inc. today announced it is shipping the new FileMaker Pro 10, a breakthrough version of the database software, which features a sleek new interface and intuitive new design.

With a fresh new interface, FileMaker Pro 10 delivers the most dramatic design changes in over a decade. The redesigned and customizable Status Toolbar - similar to browser toolbars - puts commonly used FileMaker Pro features, previously only accessible from the main menu, right at users' fingertips for streamlined navigation, better workflow and time-saving shortcuts.

The article continues at http://www.filemaker.com/company/newsroom/releases/new_filemaker_pro_10_ships_with_sleek_new_interface_and_breakthrough_reporting_and_automating_features.html



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