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1. ACT! 2005 - Contact & Customer Manager
by Best Software, Inc.
list price: $229.99
our price: $204.99
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Asin: B0002LXRXY
Catlog: Software
Manufacturer: Best Software, Inc.
Sales Rank: 63
Average Customer Review: 1.5 out of 5 stars
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Product Description

ACT! 2005 ACT! 2005® organize your data for quick and easy access, manage and grow your business relationships, stay on top of your schedule 24/7, forecast and track sales opportunities, and share customer information securely. ACT! 2005 program code has been rewritten. ACT! now is using Structured Query Language (SQL), which provides a relational database (instead of dBase code which provides a flat database). This will give ACT! the ability to accommodate many more records in both a single and multiple user settings with more flexibility and stability. In addition, less frequent database maintenance is required with this new relational database structure.Create new Company and Division records to get a more complete picture of the entire relationship with any company, including all Notes, Histories and Opportunities. Link contacts to companies so that when core company information changes, the changes push to each contact for easier updating. Easily convert Groups into Companies. And create Companies from Contacts (or vice versa). ... Read more

Features

  • Link to Palm OS and Pocket PC handhelds
  • Forecast, track, and report on sales opportunities
  • Easy-to-use contact and customer-manager software
  • Access, organize, and manage contact details
  • Stay on top of schedule 24/7; share customer info securely

Reviews (94)

1-0 out of 5 stars Don't Do It!
Please do not buy this software. This rush to release VERY bad software should not be encouraged. It is virtually unusable as it now is. I am an ACT user since the DOS days and have always upgraded when avaialable. I'm cured now. I have a new Dell Pentium IV 3.3 GHz Computer with 1 GB of RAM. Even with all that this program is a DOG! Any stars associated with this product is laughable.

1-0 out of 5 stars Extremely disappointed
I'm a New Jersey real estate agent who needed a product to track prospects, transactions and clients. The features in Outlook where limited and I wanted a complete depository of letters, faxes, documents and pdf's.

I was familiar with ACT's past reputation as a solid business tool and hoped that this new release would be the answer to my CRM needs.

I downloaded the trial version, experienced difficulties from the get go, (slow load, crashes, freezing), and I foolishly assummed that the full product would perform as advertised.

I am soooo sorry I did not come to this forum before purchasing ACT! 2005 at CompUSA. I've spent an inordinate amount of time trying to transfer Outlook records to mediocre results. The Outlook integration has never been totally resolved. The program is incredibly slow to load and react. I never got beyond loading contacts so I can't attest to any of the other glitches expressed here.

Bottom line: I'm still using Outlook and have almost given up on ACT. I'm afraid to rely on it for my business. I agree with all those who have enumerated the severe problems and limitations of this program. It is not a program that I would recommend to any of my colleagues.

Best Software should go back to the drawing board

1-0 out of 5 stars ACT needs to get its ACT together
This version of ACT is full of bugs. For example, 1) It could only print labels for a max of 50 people with some of the printers, 2) The export CSV function is buggy and the exported data columns are not in the order specified but they end up in some random order.

Just about every function I tried using is buggy. I am just amazed they got this product out like this.

Whereas the USER fields modification on 6.0 was intuitive this one requires a 4 year college degree to master. Every time I use it I need to beat my brains out and try remember what I did before. It is bad.

Stick with 6.0 or earlier versions of ACT

1-0 out of 5 stars What a mistake!
I am a long time Act user and after enjoying last version (6.0) I was extremely dissapointed with the bad performance of the new version.
I spent two weeks on the phone with the technicians and if you are patient, Best Software has great employees that take ownership and do the best they can. Unfortunately, the technicians can't overcome products limitations:
1. RAM HUNGRY. I had 512 MB and upgrated to 1 GB and still is slow.
2. Does not link with Palm OS. I was promissed several times that "it's comming". Not delivered. They have a new "link" that performs extremely poorly.
3. If you use Earthlink and have Total Access installed on yourcomputer (for your safety), Act will not be able to send emails through Outlook.
I am so upset that I will delete this software from my computer and go back to Act 6.0 which was great. Unfortunately Best Software will not pay me for the expense of the software and my time.

1-0 out of 5 stars Don't do it
We tried to use this product, bought a 3 license package, we are a small sales company.The product became Unusable.We have 3 fairly new Dell computers, all with pentium 3 or 4 and the system slowed to a point where you could not tolerate it.The Sync by email feature which we liked is gone.You have to open a port in order to sync now.The amount of work that would have been required to figure this out not worth it.Next upgrade may be GoldMind. ... Read more


2. FileMaker Pro 7
by Filemaker Inc.
list price: $299.99
our price: $274.99
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Asin: B0001LUH9M
Catlog: Software
Manufacturer: Filemaker Inc.
Sales Rank: 416
Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars
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Product Description

FileMaker Pro 7 ... Read more

Features

  • Secure data with assigned accounts and privileges
  • Track and manage people, projects, images, and data
  • Do more, faster with 30 starter solutions
  • Exchange data with a virtually limitless number of applications
  • Store, track, and archive files and documents

Reviews (9)

4-0 out of 5 stars The app I use most and teach others how to use...

A good deal of what people have written about this product simply isn't true, particularly negative observations such as not being able to import/export or that security is non-existent. Why people with only cursory knowledge speak with such authority has always puzzled me. So I offer an objective, if lengthy, review.

I've been using FileMaker since 1990. Developing FileMaker applications has been my primary source of income for almost as long. I develop in Mac OS X (Virtual PC with Windows 2000 Pro for testing). I've also tech edited an upcoming advanced book on FileMaker 7.

Version 7 is a huge upgrade over 6 (I'd call it a 'crossgrade', as in switching to similar but different product). As such, converting solutions from 6 to 7 can get really hairy, and it may be that a complete re-write is more efficient. That said, many FileMaker solutions that people have developed or inherited over the years weren't written following "correct" database rules (this is why IT types hate FileMaker), so a re-write may be a good thing. Generally, an upgrade to 7 is brought about by a need for larger file sizes, to increase the number of simultaneously open files or to consolidate data. If you've got a solution that works fine in 6 or earlier and you're not a developer, I'd think two or three times about upgrading; it's not something you want to do for the sake of it.

For users, that is people who enter data, the changes in 7 aren't apparent. It's the back end, for us developers, where the changes are significant, plentiful, and very welcome. If you're just getting started in the world of FileMaker, forget all about any earlier versions. The rules have changed in 7, and it's almost more difficult to unlearn what you know from 6 than to start fresh in 7.

FileMaker has a scalar learning curve. That is, it's easy to learn and get up and running in really no time at all (and there are plenty of free sample files to take apart and learn from). As your database becomes larger, more complex and gains a need for multiple simultaneous users or interaction with other systems, knowing the normalized rules of relational database structures becomes increasingly important, and that's where the learning curve steepens. But don't let anyone fool you, this is true of *any* database development software.

Building a database is a lot like being the architect of a building. You have to have a good idea of what it's going to look like in the end, before you start. For example, if you know your one-story house is one day going to be a 4-story mansion, you want to have a good foundation. If you know you might want the ability to relocate a bathroom to the other side of a floor, you've got to build in some room at least for plumbing, electricity, maybe some windows. It's not a realistic analogy, but it usually helps people understand the thinking involved around creating a database.

I firmly believe FileMaker is the easiest of any to learn, use and maintain, that can also handle whatever complexity you throw at it. Further, it's cross-platform and things like networking your databases and making structural changes (even remotely, without bringing down the system) are really a breeze compared to programs like Access.

Lastly, one of the neatest things about FileMaker is its developer community, which is today thriving and strong. Almost like an open-source coummunity, we seem to really enjoy helping solve each other's problems (no one person knows everything about FileMaker, even at FileMaker, Inc), so we're always learning. There's plenty of free community support available that, I've found, is often better than the company's own tech support, although the folks at FileMaker are really great and genuinely into supporting the developer community. And...there's plenty of money to be made as a FileMaker developer the world over. We're certainly in demand and have been going strong for nearly two decades.

You can read FileMaker's feature list to find out about all the new features. Here are my likes and dislikes:

What I like most about 7:

* Multiple tables in one file (with an 8 terabyte limit per file; formerly 2GB).
* Multiple windows from the same file, and the ability to manage their placement dynamically, down to the pixel.
* The ability to separate data from logic (for example, keep your data in one file, and all your scripts and interface elements in another...changes and solution upgrades to your clients are much easier to facilitate this way).
* Much improved security and account management (that supposedly plays well in authenticated corporate environments...I'm just getting started in this area).
* The ability to use PNG images with transparency, which greatly improves what you can do with your interface.


What I DON'T like about 7:

* All my complaints boil down to FileMaker's interface. I strongly believe a complete overhaul is way overdue (if it were like Omni Graffle, I'd be in heaven). There are plenty of little annoyances because I use a Mac. For example, I have a Microsoft 5-button optical mouse. The scroll wheel, which works in every single application (even on FileMaker for Windows using Virtual PC on my G5), doesn't work at all in FileMaker for OS X. This is ironic because FileMaker is wholly owned by Apple, but development for the Mac seems have been an afterthought. Much of this will change in the next version, just around the corner. I wouldn't dream of developing primarily in Windows, largely because of the way Windows OS handles windows and value lists within FileMaker; you have less room to work with.

* The relationships graph, which sort of looks like an ER (entity relationship) diagram but is not, can get messy very quickly, and they've taken away the ability to look at relationships in a straight text list (I'd like both). This can get frustrating, especially if you've inherited someone else's mess. The fact that FileMaker has implemented a certification program for developers, and is working actively on releasing development standards will help reduce confusion and frustration in this area.

* The inability to move tables, fields, script steps, etc. from one table or file to another. Improvements in this area are expected in the next version.

* The inability to see how elements are related to each other. For example, it's not possible to see all the elements that call a script (i.e. a parent script or button, etc.). There are software tools that can analyze FileMaker files and expose this information, and they work great, but it would be nice if it were integrated into the program itself.

* It's a minor complaint, but worth addressing here: A number of things don't work like you'd expect or want them to, so you have to create workarounds. This appeals to the geek in me; I usually like the challenge, but sometimes it's frustrating because you'll think it's silly that something simply doesn't work like you want. That said, over the years there is nothing, really nothing in terms of complexity that I have not been able to achieve with FileMaker by itself or with the help of a plug-in. People ask me "Is it possible in FileMaker to..." I always answer yes before they're finished. It's sometimes a "Yes, but..." answer. For the snotty programmer types, I challenge anyone to name database development software that is impervious to workarounds, OR that does not have a high learning curve. If you don't have a background in databases, FileMaker is a great path. If you do have such a background, open your mind and you'll find that no, FileMaker is not the end-all-be-all database app (such an app doesn't exist), but it really is a neat and productive tool, and if you can build good solutions that manage your client's data, they will loyally worship you.

3-0 out of 5 stars FileMaker Quirks
FileMaker is perhaps the easiest application to use for creating a simple database.But, there are a few quirks about this software that really bug me:

1. Danger of storing layouts, scripts, and data in the same file

Layouts and scripts are stored in the same file as the data.If FileMaker crashes while editing a layout or modifying a script, the whole file including the data may become corrupt and unaccessible.A better design, in my opinion, would be to keep the data separate from the layouts and scripts, so the data would be protected in an event of a crash.

2. Danger of linking to wrong external relational files

Filemaker links to externally related files by an unusual search algorithm.If there exists copies of files with the same file name on the server, on the local hard disk, or hosted on other hosts, then which file is linked becomes ambiguous. The wrong external file may be linked.

3. Danger of opening the wrong file

Each Filemaker application can host files.If a user were to host a file that has the same name as a file hosted on the server, other users may open the wrong file.

4. Danger of deleting your entire database

The "Delete All Records..." option is one of the most dangerous features of FileMaker.Many databases were wiped out because a user accidently chose the "Delete All Records..." rather than the "Delete Record..." option -- the two options are placed next to each other in the menu, inviting disaster.

5. Cumbersome queries

The querying feature of FileMake can be a pain to use.To create a query such as (Field1 = "criterion1" and (Field2 = "criterion2" or Field3 = "criterion3" or FieldN = "criterionN")), FileMaker requires you to break down the above query as N-1 queries: (Field1 = "criterion1" and Field2="criterion2"), new query (Field1 = "criterion1" and Field3 = "criterion3"), ..., new query (Field1 = "criterion1" and FieldN = "criterionN").There are other queries that can be easily posed as a SQL statement but not so easily done in FileMaker.

6. Spaghetti code paradigm

Variables for your scripts in FileMaker are stored in global fields. You'll have to keep track of which scripts are using what global fields -- the script and the variables are not kept together.Passing parameters to scripts is a cumbersome sequence of setting the global fields one-by-one, then calling the script.Most modern programming languages have procedures with calling convention such as p(x,y).In FileMaker it's set x, set y, perform p.To debug, you'll have to read the code of p to see that p really references x and y.Also, their is no hierarchy or encapsulation of scripts, so you'll have to devise your own way for organizing.

4-0 out of 5 stars Filemaker Pro for the novice
As a novice user, with practically no knowledge of computer programming and scripting, I would like to say that Filemaker is one of the easiest databases I have ever used.I started out using Filemaker4 - this had its limitations, but the fact that I could easily and efforlessly create a whole database with functional buttons and easy links to other layouts was so great!

It is relatively foolproof for those who do not wish to overload their minds with programming data that they will probably never use (and they only need to pay the cost of the package instead of the programmers they would probably need to employ in order to keep their database up and running flawlessly; with no disrespect to you programmers out there - I wish I could BEGIN to understand the way it all works, but some of us are not blessed with the time or technological knowhow that some take for granted - but I do understand why you are frustrated by the simplicity - remember that for those who need it, Filemaker does the basic database job, in a more simplified manner).

I give 4 stars because, although user friendly, there are annoying limitations that have been noted before - ie: multiple layouts for manual change each time IS annoying, auto saving with no "undo" option is dangerous for larger databases etc.

In summary, I feel that Filemaker is an excellent ready-prepared database solution for any individual or business that requires the "quick-fix" Filemaker offers so easily.

4-0 out of 5 stars Not perfect, but FM7 offers many long-awaited features
FileMaker 7 is a very fast and reliable rapid-application-development package for both Windows and Macintosh. With it, you can create single- and multi-user databases quickly and easily without programming or advanced training. You can start with a single-user system, and if your needs grow, you can then scale up effortlessly to a server-based platform with up to 250 users.

FileMaker is "high level", meaning you don't need a deep understanding of underlying data structures and theory to do useful work. This makes it ideal for smaller organizations who can't afford the expense of a full-time administrator/programmer, but still need a reliable, powerful, multi-user database.

If your ideal database environment includes Oracle or Crystal Reports, FileMaker is probably not for you. FileMaker simplifies things. There are only a handful of data types, only a few types of controls. In fact, experienced DBAs are often baffled by FileMaker's simplicity. But FileMaker can do very complex tasks with its streamlined approach.

Experienced FileMaker developers will find most (but not all) of their pet peeves have been eliminated with this version. Many long-standing limitations are now gone.

Despite some absurd claims to the contrary, Version 7 continues the long FileMaker tradition of importing and exporting a variety of data file formats.

The once-pathetic ODBC drivers are dramatically improved, and are now actually useful. JDBC is also available this time around, though emphasis appears to be on XML for the future. The Web Publishing feature is now XML-based, a welcome change for integration with other database platforms.

Additional FM7 advancements:
- Multi-table files and improved relationship management with multi-field keys.
- Elimination of restrictive file and field size limits.
- Editable finding and sorting in scripts
- Linguistic indexing has been expanded from the old 20 characters-per-word limit to 110 characters per word.
- User definable functions with recursion (my favorite)
- Encryption support for both native and web-based networking
- Script parameter passing
- True user-based security replaces old inadequate model

FM7 is not ideal. There's still no full-text editing of scripts, and the new multi-table file format does not allow for simple duplication of a table structure. There are some other annoyances, but overall, it's a huge improvement. Existing FileMaker users will appreciate finally getting some of the things they've been asking for for so long. And if you care more about getting your database up and running quickly than you do about esoteric database ideology, FileMaker 7 may be the right choice for your next project.

1-0 out of 5 stars NOT a Professional Database Package
I agree with the gentleman who suggested that it was not a normalised database, and also with his view of the layout structure inadequacies.

I am a professional developer and system integrator who has developed systems from small applications to global software solutions used across almost any platform.

Filemaker is not a professional tool for the following reasons.

1.The concept of having to have multiple layouts which have to be changed individually is frankly ludicrous.
2.The security of the application is virtually non-existent.
3.The indexing only goes up to 22(or so) characters, so if you have two strings which have the first n characters the same, basically forget it..
4.The printing control is non-existent, particularly if you wish to take control away from the user.
5.The method of opening each related database is frankly ridiculous, and anything complex can very quickly get you to exceed the maximum number of windows open.
6.Almost no logic can be enabled on a print layout, forcing huge numbers of print layouts to be defined, again all which need to be changed manually.
7.Importing and exporting data capability is non-existent.
8.Relationship management and capability is inept and insufficient for serious databases.
9.Encryption is either non-existent or pathetic (sorry cannot remember, but do know that I had to write my own encryption methods as Filemaker could not handle it.)

This is far form a complete list of the real issues I experienced, but is a list of those issues which could have scuppered the entire project if long-winded work-arounds could not have been found and then developed.

In short the application is woefully inadequate, is not professional, and the only thing going for it is that it can create a cross platform solution.




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3. Microsoft Access 2003
by Microsoft
list price: $229.00
our price: $193.99
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Asin: B0000AZJV4
Catlog: Software
Manufacturer: Microsoft
Sales Rank: 102
Average Customer Review: 3.0 out of 5 stars
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Product Description

Microsoft Access 2003.Access 2003 provides a powerful set of tools that are sophisticated enough for professional developers, yet easy to learn for new users. Now everyone in your organization can create or use powerful database solutions that make organizing, accessing, and sharing information easier than ever. Access and Use Information from Multiple SourcesUse information from a variety of formats and programs all in a familiar interface.Incorporate a wide range of data sources. Access 2003 supports a variety of data formats, including Extensible Markup Language (XML), OLE, Open Database Connectivity (ODBC), and Microsoft Windows SharePoint Services. Link business systems. Link tables so that you can access data from multiple databases at one time in Access 2003 forms, reports, and data access pages. Link tables from other Access databases, Microsoft Excel spreadsheets, ODBC data sources, Microsoft SQL Server databases, and other data sources. Get the most from your enterprise data. Incorporate Microsoft SQL Server-based data into your Access solutions. Use the Stored Procedure Designer to create and modify simple procedures stored in SQL Server without having to learn Transact-SQL. Depend on Access 2003Reduce errors and get help when you need it.Give your forms a new look. Access 2003 supports themes from Microsoft Windows XP to give your forms a consistent design. View dependency information. Quickly find tables, queries, forms, or reports that depend on a particular database object. Help eliminate errors. The new error checking feature flags common errors in forms and reports, making testing and fixing errors faster. After errors are flagged, you are given options to correct the errors, saving time and helping you to create more accurate forms and reports. Update properties automatically. Change a field property in a table and all the forms or reports that have controls bound to it can be updd automatically. Analyze your informa... ... Read more

Features

  • Quickly find tables, queries, forms or reports that depend on a particular database object
  • Update properties automatically
  • Supports a variety of data formats, including Extensible Markup Language ( XML ), OLE, Open Database Connectivity ( ODBC ), and Microsoft Windows SharePoint Services
  • Access data from multiple databases in forms, reports, and data access pages, linking tables from other Access databases, Microsoft Excel spreadsheets, ODBC data sources, Microsoft SQL Server databases & other sources
  • Stored Procedure Designer creates & modifies procedures stored in SQL Server, without requiring you to learn Transact-SQL

Reviews (7)

2-0 out of 5 stars Caveat Emptor
If you're thinking of buying MS Access 2003 there are a few things you need to consider:

1) Microsoft's new licensing/activation requirement for Office products. Office is a serious cash cow and Microsoft are tired of letting people copy it and use it illegally/for free. Access 2003 has a few new features that Access 2000 and 2002 didn't offer, but for most of us they are not worth it - unless web services, xml, smart tags and wizards turn your crank. If you're anything but a developer, most of Access 2003's new features will not be relevant to you.

2) Access is in some respects a powerful database and client-server front-end program and it may be too much for your needs. Using Access can be as simple or complicated as you let it - and it can get very complicated. If you are a small-business owner trying to get organized, you should probably consider another tool like Filemaker. If, on the other hand, you really want to get a handle on things and are prepared to invest some significant time to learn Access and your business and your database needs are growing, then Access might be for you. It is not an easy tool to use, but it is pretty powerful and a lot more usable than middle-market desktop database development tools like FoxPro and Paradox.

3) If you are a small/mid business user and have heard that Access is a great front-end for the free MySQL server-based database engine, also caveat emptor. Access uses ODBC (Open Database Connectivity) to work with MySQL and the implementation is not great so you'll quickly run into some (though solvable) strange problems... and though you could never argue with the price, MySQL itself is a bit on the not-user-friendly side - and finding support when you have a problem is tough.

4) If you are a SQLServer user, or plan to be at some point and intend to use Access as a starter database that you'll eventually migrate to SQLServer (2000 or 2005) or SQLServer Express (2005), then caveat emptor. Microsoft is punting SQLServer Express as their new low-end database - a free version of the bigger SQLServer to compete with MySQL and replace the somewhat clunkily-named and clunkily-implemented MSDE (Microsoft Desktop Database Engine). The new versions of SQLServer are fully committed to Microsoft's .Net platform - essentially a new common platform for new Microsoft products and development tools - which Access/Office is not a part of. Traditionally, many have used Access as a front-end for SQLServer or MSDE databases. Access has provided a great front-end capability for the more grown-up and complicated back-end database servers. The only doubt on the horizon is whether Microsoft are committed to supporting Access properly with future versions of SQLServer. Access Data Projects (an access database front-end for SQLServer 2000) appear to be on the chopping block. You may still be able to use Access files with "linked tables" to access newer SQLServer versions but they can be more difficult to develop and are less than optimal for anything but small database applications. And if you do fit in this category, why would you consider developing a database application at considerable expense when it might not be completely supported by Microsoft in future?

My very personal feeling is that Access is not long for this world. Access as a database application is caught between trying to be a serious database development tool with support for upstream Microsoft products and being a usable database application for small businesses. It appears that increasingly it is not effectively addressing either role. It started life as a serious database tool and then was opted into the Office product lineup where it has pretty much floundered ever since, while SQLServer has been the focus of Microsoft's attention. Sadly, Microsoft seem to have missed the opportunity to develop Access as the stand-alone database and front-end to SQLServer that it could have been.

Ironically, I have been using Access since the first version came out about 10 years ago and, having taken the time to learn it, find it to be an incredible tool for databse front-end development. But it appears that this product is nearing the end of its useful life mostly because Microsoft seem content to not invest much in the product. I certainly hope that Microsoft are just keeping their plans for an Access .Net version that will again integrate with SQLServer quiet, but indications are that there are no such plans.

5-0 out of 5 stars If you are a database programmer, Access is simple, easy
I use Visual Foxpro and found Microsoft Access a breeze after I have struggled with VFP for so many years.No object classes, form sets, etc..Can anyone ever really "know" Foxpro?If you are a database programmer, you will find Access simple and easy to use.Create your switchboard and run only macros from it to launch forms, which in turn, can launch another macro from a button on the form that will run the action queries and the reports.It helps to know some Visual Basic but its not mandatory.It doesn't get any easier than this but I say this as a database programmer.If you are not a DB programmer already, get a little help in the beginning from someone who develops applications with Access.Before you know it, you will be rolling out applications with ease.

1-0 out of 5 stars their is something much better
After trying access (xp version) and reading several books I still wasnt able to create much of a usable database. Now that I tried Filemaker Pro 7 I will never ever attempt to use access again. Save yourself and your sanity; get Filemaker Pro

4-0 out of 5 stars Access may or may not be for you...
To answer the one reviewer's question, yes -- you need to activate this product (and all products in the Office 2003 suite).Does that suck?Yes.Is it real life and will all the companies who haven't done it in the past start to do it?Damn straight.So that issue, although being one at this point will be all but commonplace a few years from now except for smaller vendors (shareware, etc.) but sooner or later they'll all do it because it's the only way to stop people from copying, copying, copying -- I personally think they should at least give you 2 licenses at a minimum, because you know that's for individual users and small biz owners, but not in this case.

As far as usability and feature-comparison to Access 2000, for a novice user or someone who doesn't "code" (program using computer code) in Access -- I don't recommend the upgrade -- you won't find much of an advantage.There are some nice templates and samples, but they never seem to get you where you want to go for an actual project -- so I recommend sticking w/ 2000 in that case.If you're a programmer and you deploy web sites with Access on Win2K Svr and/or Svr2003 then there are some nice add'l features that make it worth purchasing (which you'll probably get as an upgrade because you already have 2000 and/or complete Office Pro) and it's more stable and reliable than ever before (which isn't saying a lot going back to the older versions), but you've got to upgrade if you fit that category.Quite honestly, if you're building a front-end app in Access then you're going "old school" because it's much more efficient to use a web-based app with Access as the back-end (or SQL, Oracle, etc. for higher-end solutions) -- MySQL is another good option and also runs on different platforms, but you think Access' interface is lousy, don't even bother w/ MySQL then.

If you're a novice looking for a simple database, try some web-based solutions -- chances are the database you're looking for may be out there already.There's completely customizable QuickBase (Intuit product -- makers of Quicken, QBooks, etc.), contact management such as SalesForce.com, among others -- again, not low-end solutions but still options for small biz.

To summarize, if you're a developer or experience with programming in Access, get 2003 (chances are, you already have it) -- if you're a novice or not familiar w/ Access and have 2000 -- not much of a need to upgrade.If you want a version and have a choice between 2003 and 2000, 2003 does have a more polished interface, better wizards, etc. -- it's not easy and intuitive, but still an improvement over 2000 (they have a ways to go).If you're in no rush, just wait until you buy your next PC (probably through Dell, like most of us), and get the Office Pro or Small Biz version with the machine and you'll save hundreds over buying it new -- and don't buy it individually or they really get you with a high cost.

Hope that helps.

1-0 out of 5 stars Access to Hell
I've never had the misfortune to use a less-user-friendly, less-intuitive, more complex, more erratic, more frustrating, more aggravating and ultimately less-useful program in my life. It may be great for database programmers and software engineers, but if you're just a person running a small business and you want to set up a simple database, Access is a sure way to lose hair, turn your neck muscles into steel cables, and reduce your mind to mush while you stay up all night trying to figure out (with the help of multiple books on Access, Microsoft's Online Support, and several forums) how to do the simplest thing to fill in a single blank on an individual form. If you can possibly arrange your life in a manner that will let you avoid Microsoft Access, do it. Run from Access as you would run from a Tyrannosaurus Rex. ... Read more


4. FileMaker Pro 7 (Mac)
by Filemaker Inc.
list price: $299.99
our price: $274.99
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Asin: B0001LUHEM
Catlog: Software
Manufacturer: Filemaker Inc.
Sales Rank: 429
Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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Product Description

FileMaker Pro 7 ... Read more

Features

  • Secure data with assigned accounts and privileges
  • Track and manage people, projects, images, and data
  • Do more, faster with 30 starter solutions
  • Exchange data with a virtually limitless number of applications
  • Store, track, and archive files and documents

Reviews (5)

5-0 out of 5 stars This version is lightyears away from earlier versions
I'm a database professional, one of the few MySQL Certified Professionals in the country. I've been familiar with dBase, InfoFile, Clarion, Microsoft Access, FoxPro, Oracle, SQL Server and PostgreSQL, most since their earliest incarnations.

I've been tinkering with FileMaker since version 3 (1995). It never seemed much more than an oh-so-slightly souped-up version of the database in ClarisWorks/AppleWorks.

I've always evaluated FileMaker's time-limited downloads, but was never impressed.

But version 7 is a quantum leap, highly matured. If you want a replacement for the buggy and unstable Microsoft Access, here it is.

On a note, I bought a copy of FileMaker 7 on eBay. When I registered it, FileMaker told me that it was a pirated copy, which diminished my opinion of that online service.

I believe that if "a software is good enough to use, it's good enough to pay for". On a shoestring budget, I needed to find the best price, and it was here on Amazon.

5-0 out of 5 stars Amazing
The improvements made over version 6 are monumental!A must have for database users and users of previous versions!A+++++

5-0 out of 5 stars Have been using for 2 months now.
I have been using Filemaker 7 for Mac for 2 motnhs now.I am so happy with all the improvements they have made.Hands down this is the best database program (Mac or PC) ever made.A must buy!

5-0 out of 5 stars Great software!
This Filemaker is the best version yet!Highly recommended!

2-0 out of 5 stars Filemaker Pro 7
I ran out an got this immediately when it was announced because I like to get the latest software and have been using Filemaker for over 10 years.
Now I want to go back to 6.
For some reason 7 is SLOWER than 6. All functions hang before executing from performing a find to changing between layout views there is a noticeable lag before the desired screen comes up and when you asked for it. Additionally once you perform the function you find yourself waiting. Especially performing finds I am noticing that it takes a while for the program to give me results. Since I use this function constantly that's a major pain in the ass. In 6 the delay between when I hit the find button and the results coming up was non existant. Performing finds in 6 on the same machine was lightning fast. In 7 it is not.
Since I use this function more than any other and because there is also an increase in wait times on many other functions in the program , like creating a new record, sorting and everything else, I would not reccomend this upgrade.
Ray ... Read more


5. Microsoft Excel 2003
by Microsoft
list price: $229.00
our price: $189.99
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Asin: B0000AZJV6
Catlog: Software
Manufacturer: Microsoft
Sales Rank: 377
Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars
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Product Description

Microsoft Office Excel 2003 enables you to turn data into information with powerful tools to analyze, communicate, and share results. Excel 2003 can help you work better in teams, and help protect and control access to your work. In addition, you can work with industry-standard Extensible Markup Language (XML) data to make it easier to connect to business processes.

Features:

  • Capture and Reuse Data Bring key business data into your spreadsheets for more timely access to the information you need to make good decisions.
  • Share Information with Confidence Work together effectivelyinternally and with other organizationsand help protect against the misuse of sensitive company information.
  • Increase Productivity Be mobile and access information that can help you create the best spreadsheets possible.
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Features

  • Enhanced Smart Tags appear only when you hover the mouse over a defined range of cells
  • Reads data in any customer defined XML schema, without reformatting; you can manipulate XML data sources using charts, tables or graphs
  • Spreadsheets can be saved in a native XML file format, searchable by a program using industry standard XML
  • New visual XML mapping tool maps user-specified XML schema to fields in an Excel spreadsheet
  • Analyzes data better, with enhanced collinearity detection, sum of squared deviation calculation, normal distributions, and continuous probability distribution functions

Reviews (1)

4-0 out of 5 stars More Possibilities with your Numbers & Data
Excel is a XML mammoth because of the integration with the language. The ability to migrate data between different storage sources and extraction of information to make it flexible in different scenarios. Tables can be transferred back and forth between applications such Word with ease. Excel can continually use the tables from documents as a data source for further expandability. It's the flexibility for data exchange that makes Excel 2003 very powerful. ... Read more


6. FileMaker Pro 6
by Filemaker Inc.
list price: $299.00
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Asin: B00006A6X8
Catlog: Software
Manufacturer: Filemaker Inc.
Sales Rank: 165
Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Review

FileMaker Pro 6.0 makes data management for individuals and small groups engaging and almost fun. Installation and setup are both surprisingly quick and easy, and the templates and wizards will have most users frolicking with their new or imported databases in just a couple of hours. The interface and design tools are comfortable for Windows users of all levels of experience. The software is not designed for the lowest common denominator, though--advanced users will find FileMaker Pro's scripting language for queries and other tasks handy, if not all-powerful.

Data entry couldn't be easier. For some formats, it's as simple as dragging and dropping folder contents, so multimedia management, for example, becomes almost trivial. FileMaker Pro's data manipulation tools are more powerful than before, which means administrators would do well to limit users or train them carefully. Searches, the meat of the package, are simple enough for beginners but offer enough complexity to keep power users happy. One new timesaving search feature is the extend/constrain function: if a search returns too few or too many results, it takes just one step to expand or contract search parameters.

Web-style integration in FileMaker Pro 6.0 has taken a huge step forward from version 5.5; the look and feel of the desktop is almost seamlessly translated to intranet application. However, those with more than 10 potential FileMaker users should pick up the unlimited-use version of the software. FileMaker can import and export XML, so data can be manipulated and then easily shared with non-users via a Web browser.

While there might be more powerful data management packages available, for a wide range of uses and users, FileMaker Pro 6.0 is tough to beat. --Rob Lightner ... Read more

Reviews (8)

5-0 out of 5 stars Filemaker Pro 6 is great!
This versatile program is easy to use and yet makes the tech types happy.For the price there is no comparison!

Tanya Milligan

5-0 out of 5 stars Fantastically Versatile Program!
To even compare FileMaker Pro with Access is absurd.

While FileMaker is not on the order of MySQL or Oracle in terms of speed and power, it is far more flexible and far less expensive than anything else available in this workgroup class of applications for any Windows or Mac environment.

You can start small, with just one or two computers and grow your solution into a fully server-based and remotely managed application.And if you should happen to need to migrate to a "big iron" type Database someday, such as MySql, conversion tools are available that will automate large parts of such a migration - including scripting.There are also a large number of third-party plugins should any other functionality be required down the road.

Importing and exporting data is a snap in just about any format.As for sharing data, FileMaker is unmatched and even includes a small-scale web server function in addition to the "instant web publishing" function.

It's an absolutely wonderful tool for any serious IT person that isn't threatened by a program that most non-IT people can understand.

5-0 out of 5 stars Outstanding. More than most people need.
I have worked with very large databses (greater than 500 tables in Oracle and SyBase) and very small ones. If you are looking for a db implementation for less than $50,000, your first product to evaluate should be Filemaker. It will probably do all (and more) than you need. Anyone who says that MS Access is easier or more reliable than Filemaker either works for Microsoft or has some other unhelpful bias. Ask users and/or developers to show you databases built in the two products and you will see an enormous difference. The Access ones are likely to be crude and require frequent redevelopment work. The Filemaker ones are likely to be clean, reliable and flexible.

If you don't need the huge power of the big guns (Oracle, SyBase, IBM), ignore Filemaker at your own risk.

5-0 out of 5 stars Outstanding product that empowers users and designers alike!
Greetings Amazon reviewers..

Now that you've read the Microsoft commercial below from:
"Reviewer: A software user from Stratford, CT USA"
Who probably, "needs a kick in the pants!"

Here's the truth, this product has the capabilities for implementing a client / server database network easier than anything currently on the market! And the client / server capabilities are built in! And it doesn't matter if it's based on the PC OR the MAC. Further, once designed and implemented, will work seamlessly with both platforms on the network. Additionally, after extensive research for an insurance client that I just completed designing a Relational Database Management System (RDBMS) for, it was BY FAR the least expensive alternative, ESPECIALLY relative to Microsoft. In addition, it has the lowest overhead (computing hardware/software requirements) relative to anything of its capabilities on the market. You can reference these system requirements (along with features) at their web site that really gives a good deal of information. Note these minimum requirements below that most systems/owners can easily handle these days:
(compare these minimum requirements to the latest version of Microsoft's Access or any other database for that matter)

PC
· Intel Compatible 90 MHz Pentium or higher
· 32 MB of RAM (or more)
· Windows 98, Me, NT4 (SP6), 2000, XP

Mac
· Power Mac or higher
· 32 MB of RAM
· OS 8.6 - 9.22

Mac OS X
· Apple G3 or higher
· 128 MB of RAM
· OS X 10.1

The client I was designing for had older PCs using Windows 98SE. Obviously, I used the PC version of the software, which is very similar to the Mac version. If I had decided to implement a Microsoft "solution" it would have involved upgrading not only the hardware but the operating systems too. Then, the cost of the Access copies (licenses) certainly doesn't come cheap either if you haven't compared lately. FoxPro didn't fair any better, SQL Server worse. Especially in a client <==> server design paradigm!

Bottom line, a fully customized relational database designed, developed and deployed on a network in record time with minimal cost to the owner (no new hardware or operating systems) and working from initial installation to this day with minimal database administration. FULLY compatible with either PC or MACs on the network and future operating system upgrades on either platform. Personally, I'm pleased and I know a business that is extremely happy. Win-win situation..

One thing I found rather nice is you can download a 30-day free trial of the basic Filemaker Pro software at their web site to see if it meets your needs - certainly a nice gesture. (filemaker.com)

5-0 out of 5 stars Filemaker for productivity
We happen to develop Filemaker database systems for our customers. This product focuses on the productivity and you can in fact have a system working for you benefit in a couple of days. if you have a clear understanding of your bussines no matter what it is , Filemaker gives you the power to gather your data and transform it easily in information. You will soon be making better decisions and at the same time getting yourself in the process of improving your database. Only filemaker allows this. Another point is that Filemaker Customers are happy customers. They are in charge of their Bussineses informations system without having to rely in external , costly "access" consultants..... ... Read more


7. Microsoft Access 2003 Upgrade
by Microsoft
list price: $109.00
our price: $84.99
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Asin: B0000AZJV5
Catlog: Software
Manufacturer: Microsoft
Sales Rank: 245
Average Customer Review: 2.0 out of 5 stars
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Product Description

Access 2003, Upgrade ... Read more

Features

  • Drag controls onto your Access form to create a Microsoft PivotTable or PivotChart view, or a spreadsheet
  • Supports a variety of data formats, including Extensible Markup Language ( XML ), OLE, Open Database Connectivity ( ODBC ), and Microsoft Windows SharePoint Services
  • Access data from multiple databases in forms, reports, and data access pages, linking tables from other Access databases, Microsoft Excel spreadsheets, ODBC data sources, Microsoft SQL Server databases & other sources
  • Stored Procedure Designer creates & modifies procedures stored in SQL Server
  • Quickly find tables, queries, forms or reports that depend on a particular database object

Reviews (4)

1-0 out of 5 stars Save your money
Attempted to upgrade from 97 to 2003... bad move... none of my access 97 programs work now... in fact I, I brought home a 2003 access database from work to see if it was an incampatibility problem between the two versions... nope... the upgrade just didn't work.....had to purchase a full version to set things right... save your money on this product...

1-0 out of 5 stars Keep Access 2000
This software is not worth upgrading.I think Access 2000 is the best database and 2002 is good if you want to use Data Access Pages.Access 2003 has a lot of bugs.I'm having trouble with basic formulas.This is very frustrating.

Be careful, especially if you don't have time to trouble shoot software changes.

3-0 out of 5 stars Re : Internet Activation Policy
To the previous reviewer regarding Internet Activation Policy.
I can tell you that I recently purchased Office 2003 Pro, and I was allowed to activate the product twice.It is stated in the licensing policy that the product may be installed once on a permanent computer, and once more on a portable computer (ie: notebook, tablet etc.).This is exactly what I did.If the second computer was not portable, I don't think they would know this, and therefore you could actually install twice.

Hope this helps.

3-0 out of 5 stars Internet Activation License policy?
Does this product only work on the first computer you install it on because of internet activation like the Access 2002 upgrade did? I have 2 computers at home and one is a test PC that gets reimaged a lot. I need my software installed on both and I don't like Internet activation that Microsoft had on Access 2002.

If they have it I won't buy so please post a review and let me know. ... Read more


8. FileMaker Developer 7
by Filemaker Inc.
list price: $499.99
our price: $446.49
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Asin: B0001LUI1E
Catlog: Software
Manufacturer: Filemaker Inc.
Sales Rank: 1504
Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars
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Product Description

FILEMAKER DEV 7 RTL MUL ... Read more

Features

  • Develop and troubleshoot solutions more effectively
  • Streamline database development and maintenance
  • Deploy customized kiosk and runtime applications
  • Debug scripts with systematic tests and troubleshoot scripts
  • Re-use calculation logic across tables, only change in 1 place

Reviews (3)

5-0 out of 5 stars Dual Platform
Previous produt from Filemaker (version 6Dev) is overall satisfactory.
Even if the way of building tabs might take some work, other improvements do largely compensate for this weakness. To avoid the "flicker" one has just to be precise to the pixel in the placement of the layout elements. And FM does offer tools to do so even in version 6!
Previous versions and information from FilemakerInc. clearly state that the intaller is dual platform, Mac AND Windows on the same disk. So, unless amazon is marketing a special version this product should also work for Mac computers.

5-0 out of 5 stars Great Development Tool
Now that you've read the previous 0 star rating, (tab buttons - give me a break), realize that FileMaker 7 is a great database development platform.

Just a few of the upgrade's improvements:

No File Size Limit (that's a heck of a lot of recipies Bob). The days of needing to migrate when a file hits the 2 Gig file size wall are OVER. Your database can grow to fill the largest hard drive a computer can support.

Multiple data tables per file.

Improved browser support of buttons and scripts through instant web publishing feature.

Improved security.

And if one is really worried about lining up their "tab buttons" on layouts, FileMaker offers a free 30 day evaluation for download from their website.

In fact, the only negative comment I can make is that the Server version won't be available until this summer.

1-0 out of 5 stars Developer edition is an oxymoron
I purchased and installed this product and ran into a brick wall, that precludes its use as a serious development tool.My real rating is 0 stars.

Filemaker does not use tab controls.It gets around this shortcoming by requiring that a separate layout be designed for each tab.Importantly this is not just for the information on the tab, BUT FOR THE WHOLE COTTON-PICKIN layout!!!

Then when a user clicks on the tab "button", a new layout is repainted over the old.Even though Filemaker provides the ability to copy a form, I have found that the repainted forms "jump" and give an entirely unsatisfactory visual experience.Like watching a web form flicker repaint over a slow dial up connection.

Filemaker appears to be a maintenance nightmare.If you have a layout with header information and with a five tab area, and you wish to change the header information (field width, color, etc.) you have to change it five times on each layout!

I thought the purpose of databases was to normalize information, that is to reduce redundancy in data storage.Filemaker may reduce this redunduncy, but it it adds it back in spades when it comes to application development!

The screen flicker caused by full screen repaints and the large number of forms required to accomodated simple tab displays makes this a no brainer.Filemaker is fine for your receipe or CD collection database, but forget about using it for serious development. ... Read more


9. Microsoft Works Suite 2005 [Money, Encarta, Picture It, Streets & Trips, Word 2002]
by Microsoft Software
list price: $99.99
our price: $88.99
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Asin: B0002KQOP8
Catlog: Software
Manufacturer: Microsoft Software
Sales Rank: 182
Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars
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Product Description

Make Everyday Tasks Easier with These Six Popular Solutions Works Suite 2005 offers everything you need to help your family be productive while having a great time—six complete Microsoft programs integrated into one affordable package. Everything from school projects to personal finances and vacation planning are at your fingertips with Works Suite. Get more out of every day. ... Read more

Features

  • Get those finances in order with Money Standard 2005
  • Write like a professional with Word 2002
  • Get up and go with Streets & Trips 2005
  • Edit and organize your photos with Picture It! Premium 10
  • Explore the world with Encarta Encyclopedia Standard 2005

Reviews (4)

3-0 out of 5 stars Dont think I'll like it as much..........
as my old Works Suite 2002.I tried installing the 2002 suite on my new computer. Kept getting an error message about not being able to display the EULA agreement for me to accept, and thus wont install the Works Task launcher. I tried all the "fixes" but it just wouldnt install, so, I bought the Works Suite 2005 from Amazon.Well, I got an error message after I installed it. This time about not being able to run it on Windows 95, 98 and 2000.Well, I'm using XP Pro.Long story short, I just right clicked on TASK LAUNCHER, THEN COMPATIBILITY, THEN UNCHECKED THE COMPATIBILITY MODE BOX, and the program started up.I also had to uninstall Office 2003, which uses Word 2003 because Works Suite 2005uses Word 2002. This was on the advice of Microsoft Tech support.
I was shocked to find vast changes.They just dont give you as many templates or programs like they did in WS 2002 in my opinion.I was very, very disappointed. Picture It is TOTALLY revamped and looks so much more complicated. Money stayed about the same. Gone from Word ( via task launcher) is the Wizard that would you pre-select styles, fonts, colors, letterheads etc.Calendar is the same....just a different color depending on what desktop motif you use.Anyway, what I did, wastransfer to floppy, my favorite WORKS 2002 templates/programs that worked in Word 2002, from my old computer to the new one, and so far it's worked just fine.
I still like the old version of Works Suite...I think it's more user friendly, and I know it gave you more templates and programs to choose from. Lots of Glitz, Picture It is REALLY different, but I think I've lost more than I gained.

2-0 out of 5 stars Can't email from MS Word 2002 document
I recently upgraded by computer from Windows 98 to Windows XP. When the computer came from Gateway I assumed it would include MS Word 2000. It included Microsoft Works Suite 2005 that included MS Word 2002, which I assumed would be an enhancement of MS Word 2000.

On my Windows 98 computer with MS Word 2000, on the toolbar there was an icon that permitted me to email a document (and add one or two attachments). I expected that the updated version of MS Word 2002 would include that feature as well. To my amazement, it did not.

Secondly, in MS Word 2000 when I click on "Open" it permits me to view files alphabetically, or in the order of when last modified or created. The MS Word 2002 doesn't permit me to do that.

I write letters and reports and send them through email. Without those features, the entire Windows XP computer with Microsoft Works Suite 2005 that I bought is useless. I don't know what to do to salvage this. Now, my Windows XP computer is sitting on the floor, and I don't know what to do with it.

Why aren't those features included in MS Word 2002 as they were with MS Word 2000 with the ability to email documents from within MS Word, and add one or two attachments?

What Microsoft product must I purchase that includes those features within MS Word?

What is so frustrating about this is that as a customer I have no way of knowing what I am getting when I buy Microsoft products. I couldn't have anticipated that MS Word 2000 was more useful for my purposes than MS Word 2002. This is so unfair on the part of Microsoft and I think is strong evidence of the disadvantages of monopoly control for consumers.

5-0 out of 5 stars Word 2002 Vastly Improved Compared with Word 97
I purchased Works Suite 2005 because I could no longer receive paid support from Microsoft with a problem I had with Word 97 (it would no longer open or function).I uninstalled the old program and installed Works Suite 2005 and the word processing program is excellent -- it even incorporates the "view codes" feature of WordPerfect!All of my documents were converted to the new verson of Word flawlessly. I haven't installed all of the other components of the suite because I really don't need most of them at this time.(...)

3-0 out of 5 stars It Really Depends.
This version of Works Suite offers almost the same exact features of version 2004. The only difference is Money, Streets and Trips, Picture It! 10.0, Encarta, they included version 2005 instead. For users who might have stuck with version 2000, 2001 or 2002 of Works Suite, this will suit you more. The collection of software included is amazing for the value at which it is being offered. From powerful and easy to use Word Processing solutions such as Microsoft Word and quality photo-editing with Picture It! My only problem with Word is that they did not include version 2003 instead. Word 2002 is included instead and has been out since May 2001, kind of lame by Microsoft's standards. This is a recommend set of programs for the home user and some businesses who need only the essentials. The package includes Works 8.0, with basic spreadsheet and database applications. You also get great money management solution; Money 2005 makes it a synch to keep your budget on track and in tact. With its online integration you can pay bills online or get further information to better manage your financial data. These applications I still consider not to be as strong enough as Microsoft Excel and Access. The database in Works approach to creating queries is limited and unreliable. The Spreadsheet does not offer the powerful calculation tools found in Excel and integration between both applications is very limited. But if you need only the essential tools for managing the essential aspects of your life whether at home or school Works Suite 2005 is truly a bargain. Getting the latest versions of Encarta is always great and it includes version 2005, so information is once again updated and accurate and you get the benefits of updating it weekly, so your information is never outdated.

Remember if you are a user of Works Suite 2003 or 2004, this update might be unnecessary to you because the majority of the products in version 2003 have not had a drastic overhaul in version 2005. I would probably recommend this to existing users running 2000, 2001, 2002 and persons running versions 99 and really older, I think its time you upgrade!

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10. Filemaker Pro 6 - 5 User Windows/Mac
by Filemaker Inc.
list price: $1,299.99
our price: $1,234.99
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Asin: B0000E6RW8
Catlog: Software
Manufacturer: Filemaker Inc.
Sales Rank: 4948
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Product Description

Filemaker Filemaker Pro v.6.0 - Complete Product - Productivity Application - 5 User(s) Complete Product - Standard - English - PC, MacFileMaker® Pro 6 is the leading workgroup database software for creating and sharing solutions adapted to your business needs. Powerful features, broad platform support, and an easy-to-use interface make FileMaker Pro 6 indispensable for anyone who needs to track and manage people, projects, images, and information. Use built-in instant-productivity templates to quickly design and deploy customized solutions.Easily share information over a network or intranet and collaborate on multiple projects for greater workgroup productivity. And, with the ability to exchange data with a virtually limitless number of other applications, FileMaker Pro 6 is ideal for gathering, managing and sharing all types of information. Nice electronics is your source for everyday low prices on theFilemaker 320205U - FILEMAKER PRO 6/5U PACK RTL MUL MAC/WIN and all other Filemaker Software - Misc ... Read more


11. Extensis Portfolio 7 for Win/Mac
by Extensis Corp.
list price: $199.99
our price: $180.49
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Asin: B0002FHEQ6
Catlog: Software
Manufacturer: Extensis Corp.
Sales Rank: 930
Average Customer Review: 2.0 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • One-Click CD Publishing & Archiving.
  • Optimized Features for Pro Photographers.
  • Efficiently archive and organize your digital photos.
  • Publish your work to the web - no HTML knowledge required.
  • Support for more than two dozen Raw image formats.

Reviews (1)

2-0 out of 5 stars Endless headaches
I've been trying to use Portfolio 7 for three months now to catalogue 3000 photos and create an online catalog. This product was recommended as the best application for what I wanted to do. I've used computers on a professional level for 12 years-I'm no greenhorn.
Portfolio 7has been a continuous nightmare.
The manual is inadequate and incomplete. Tech Support was at first a 40 minute long distance hold and then friendly-but unhelpful-tech support. Then they wouldn't answer the phone at all. With e-mail support you'll get a get message acknowledging your query and then - nothing - Any useful tech support I received was from third parties.

Little and undocumented things like not clicking an obscure box buried deep in the menus would tie up my computer for hours busily creating catalogues that didn't exist or immediately crashed. Nothing about this was in the manual.
I worked with an experienced Network Engineer and even he couldn't over comethe endless pitfalls. Hours and hours wasted.
One problem, I installed version 7.0.4 from the Extensis site purchased the CD from which we installed the server parts v7.0.0. They were completely incompatible. The read me documentation on the CD says that the CD contains version 1.2 . ???? Andof course no where is there any indication that a minor version difference is a serious incompatibility problem.
At best this is beta software masquerading as usable. Its not. I'm stuck with it-I hope you won't be. ... Read more


12. Kensington Contour Pro 17" Notebook Carrying Case (62340)
by Kensington Technology Group
list price: $89.99
our price: $57.99
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Asin: B0000DBMHR
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Kensington Technology Group
Sales Rank: 2890
Average Customer Review: 3.0 out of 5 stars
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Product Description

The Contour Pro 17" offers premium protection and exceptional comfort in one outstanding case. Not only does its SnugFit protection system keep your notebook computer safe, its contour panel helps reduce weight impact by 35% so the case feels lighter. You feel better. And you'll never need to trade comfort for protection again. This case fits all laptops up to 17".

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Features

  • Kensington Edge:Body-hugging contour panel on carrying case and weight distribution system reduces shoulder fatigue by 35%
  • Carrying case made of1680 Denier Ballistic nylon - protects against abrasions, punctures and tears
  • Ergonomic handles stay together and evenly distribute weight across carrying case
  • Padded rear compartment, well-laid out front pockets, and exterior compartment for on-the-go access to air tickets, etc.
  • Shock-absorbing, contour shoulder strap resists carrying case slipping off shoulder

Reviews (3)

4-0 out of 5 stars A sturdy, but heavy, bag
I've had the bag for about a week.It is one of the more sturdy-feeling bags I've come across -- the computer is extremely well protected inside multiple nested padded compartments.We'll see how well it actually holds up over time.It has a nice bag-within-bag design, so the computer can be safely transported (around campus, say) using just the inner bag, without the weight of the full bag.Lots of other little storage pouches, etc, and enough room for some books or large files.But don't expect to carry your computer AND several large textbooks... I don't think they would all fit.Nevertheless, this is probably as large a bag as anyone would want to carry on a daily basis.

The downside:This bag is heavy and large.It puts a strain on the shoulder when carried loaded for more than a minute or two.Also, the inner computer sleeve is presumably designed to hold 15"-15.4" notebooks, but even with the elastic sides on the inner sleeve, it is an extremely tight fit for my 15.4" Inspiron 6000.Maybe it will loosen up over time.(I could dispense with the inner sleeve since it is detachable, but then the computer would slide around in the larger compartment, which I want to avoid.So I squeeze into the sleeve as best I can.)

1-0 out of 5 stars OK if not used heavily
When I first received my carrying case, I was impressed.It seemed quite durable (tough fabric and hard contour padded back) then proved otherwise...

I _DO NOT_ recommend using this case if you have a large and heavy notebook (as are all 17" notebooks).

After a few months the padded shoulder strap which I thought was comfortable ended up ripping at the ends (where the pressure is when worn on the shoulder).Then I contacted customer service to get the strap replaced.While I'm waiting for a new strap I started to carry it everyday to work by the handles...then, yup...it broke!

Customer service needs serious improvement.I've opened so many support tickets with them but because of the language barrier (India of course), it was not a pleasant experience. I eventually got them to give me a refund.

I would give this a 5 out of 5 if they only improved the design:make the bag REALLY able to support the weight of a 17" laptop, huge power brick and books...otherwise, look elsewhere.

Especially one that has a sturdy shoulder strap and handles!

4-0 out of 5 stars Great Notebook Bag!
I've been using the my Contour Pro since mid June of 2004. I've mainly used it on my college campus, and I must say it's been great. I can easily fit my laptop, and books. In fact the pocket at the end of the bag (which is curved) is perfect for books! My only complaint would be for a longer strap so you could wield the bag across your chest (for 6' guys it feels awkward).

Great deal at ~60USD. ... Read more


13. Microsoft Access 2002
by Microsoft
list price: $339.00
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Asin: B00005B0BZ
Catlog: Software
Manufacturer: Microsoft
Sales Rank: 2503
Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars
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Product Description

Microsoft Access 2002.Whether you are creating a database for personal use, departmental use, or an entire organization, Microsoft Access 2002 offers a set of tools rich enough for the most experienced database developer, yet accessible enough for first-time users. By incorporating the innovations of Office XP, as well as introducing productivity and collaboration features such as the Data Access Page Designer and XML support, Access 2002 helps you store, organize, and share your data, so you and your team can make better decisions. ... Read more

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4-0 out of 5 stars Does what it is supposed to do
Desktop database systems (as opposed to SQL systems) are pretty much old school. That doesn't mean it isn't useful. If you remember the old dBase family, then this is pretty much the same type of software, only more powerful, as that. Access is an application that is often talked about in terms of front end and back end. The front end is the graphical development environment for forms, queries, reports, etc. The back end is the actual database management system that is tied to the graphical front end. In Access, that back end database out of the box is called Jet.

But that's not where it ends. You aren't limited to to the Jet DB. In fact, depending on available drivers (often if not always freely available) you can use almost any database system, SQL systems included. When one says SQL systems, they are often speaking of client server type systems like proprietary Oracle, Microsoft SQL Server, and Sybase, to name a few, or the open source systems like MySQL and PostgreSQL, again, to name but two. These SQL systems are what one needs to build scalable applications that will host many users and hundreds of thousands or more table records. You can use Access to prototype the app, and then often use the Access development environment as the front end for building forms and reports for SQL data. Many using this type of system have great praise for Access.

The other way to use Access is to use it as a complete solution. Here, you are limited, but serious Access pros will say many limitations can be handled with the right design and/or coding. That may be true, but if you are developing for many users and anticipate a large database, Access as a complete solution is probably a bit out of its league. On the other hand, Access is great for desktop database functions. If a small, or even mid-sized firm needs for example, a contact management system that no off the shelf software allows, Access would be a good idea. If you are currently using Microsoft Excel for a database system, Access would perform the tasks much better, and once you get familiar with database design and terminology, the learning curve for reports and queries over Excel isn't that great. Excel is great for calculations and spreadsheets, but comes up a bit short on being a database.

Access was sort of a joked about product when it first came out. But that was when desktop systems designed in Clipper or FoxPro ruled. Once Access started to mature, its user base expanded as Windows apps took over. Now, with SQL databases being the trend, Access front ends are still put to use. Access isn't quite as good an app as Excel, which is in my mind the best application Microsoft has ever developed. However, with the serious bugs in Word, and the shortcomings of Outlook, Access is narrowing the gap with Excel as a really good application that a lot of people need that there are few competitors to.

5-0 out of 5 stars Excellent for entry level, front end systems
This is an excellent entry level database for Windows platforms - very flexible and easy to learn. Also, this makes for one of the best front-end applications for Oracle, MySQL, SQL Server, etc. Microsoft's continued improvements in VBA in Access allow you to create very powerful data entry and data management solutions.

4-0 out of 5 stars An excellant desktop product for data collection and review
Have only used Microsoft Access 2000 Office version and would be interested in acquiringMS Access 97 or 2000 for home use.

4-0 out of 5 stars Great Windows product; many ease of use enhancements.
Let's face it: as a cross-platform tool or large system database Access won't cut it as it comes out of the box, but if you are looking for something to create a pretty cool application for a windows platform, Access can't be beat.The database is flawless, string manipulation is easy, and designing the GUI is a breeze if you have done your up-front work (like giving the fields a meaningful text description).

The latest version, Access 2002 comes with improved wizards that are actually helpful.I created a small application in a day with just this product and the help text.It did not require much code (4 navigation macros that anyone with basic programing skills could write).We also flawlessly moved this application to a Windows 2000 server running IIS for an intranet.

Don't expect the best response time from Access 2002.A web query through what is called a "data access" page takes about 30 seconds on a 200,000 record file on a server with half a gig of memory and no other applications running.

Some of the other ease of use enhancements are better button control and improved macro coding, easier navigation throughout the product and improved help text with step by step procedures on how to create specific examples.

4-0 out of 5 stars Improved Application
Improves PivotTable and PivotChart support; adds multilevel undo and redo in Data Access Page; increases keyboard shortcuts; provides better support for multilingual databases. In Access 2002, Microsoft has updated the file format yet again, sure to causee graning among the Access 97 faithful. But Access 2002 can open and modify Access 2000 databases without applying the new file format, which is a small concession at best. Access 2002 interacts with the new SQL Server 2000 Desktop Engine (formerly MSDE) for creating more scalable apllications and supports two-way XML support. ... Read more


14. FileMaker Pro 6.0 - Mac
by Filemaker Inc.
list price: $299.99
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Asin: B00006A6X7
Catlog: Software
Manufacturer: Filemaker Inc.
Sales Rank: 992
Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Review

FileMaker Pro 6.0 makes data management for individuals and small groups engaging and almost fun. Installation and setup are both surprisingly quick and easy, and the templates and wizards will have most users frolicking with their new or imported databases in just a couple of hours. The interface and design tools are comfortable for Windows users of all levels of experience. The software is not designed for the lowest common denominator, though--advanced users will find FileMaker Pro's scripting language for queries and other tasks handy, if not all-powerful.

Data entry couldn't be easier. For some formats, it's as simple as dragging and dropping folder contents, so multimedia management, for example, becomes almost trivial. FileMaker Pro's data manipulation tools are more powerful than before, which means administrators would do well to limit users or train them carefully. Searches, the meat of the package, are simple enough for beginners but offer enough complexity to keep power users happy. One new timesaving search feature is the extend/constrain function: if a search returns too few or too many results, it takes just one step to expand or contract search parameters.

Web-style integration in FileMaker Pro 6.0 has taken a huge step forward from version 5.5; the look and feel of the desktop is almost seamlessly translated to intranet application. However, those with more than 10 potential FileMaker users should pick up the unlimited-use version of the software. FileMaker can import and export XML, so data can be manipulated and then easily shared with non-users via a Web browser.

While there might be more powerful data management packages available, for a wide range of uses and users, FileMaker Pro 6.0 is tough to beat. --Rob Lightner

Note: This review refers to theWindows version. ... Read more

Reviews (5)

5-0 out of 5 stars My most important software package
Our company has been using FileMaker since 1989.As it is the only database Ive ever used (other than a brief experiment with 4D) I really can't compare it with anything else.I'm here to tell you it will do the job you want to do.

I won't use technospeak in my review, as I am here for the novice users (and anyone who is reading a review to determine if this software is for them is probably a novice).FileMaker will keep track of all your company info.Even if you are a one-person company it will work for you.When you have 100 employees on the payroll, it will still work for you.If you have never designed a database before, you can do it.

Now, you WILL have to devote some time to learn the software, but if you are to be administrating a database, youre going to have to be doing some maintenance anyway.With FileMaker, you can begin using your database the first day, then add more features later on as you add more records and more users.I recommend learning FileMaker as opposed to hiring your project out to a developer for the simple fact that YOU know your business best and you will constantly be making changes as your business changes.My philosophy is that it is better for YOU to learn FileMaker than for a developer to learn your business.

Go ahead and get it.You will be able to make beautiful, efficient databases if you take the time to learn it.This product will do the job.I guarantee it.Contact me and I will help you.

5-0 out of 5 stars Outstanding product that empowers users and designers alike!
Greetings Amazon reviewers..

Now that you've read the Microsoft commercial below from:

"Reviewer: Andre Da Costa (see more about me) from Jamaica W.I."

Here's the truth, this product has the capabilities for implementing a client / server database network easier than anything currently on the market! And the client / server capabilities are built in! And it doesn't matter if it's based on the PC OR the MAC. Further, once designed and implemented, will work seamlessly with both platforms on the network. Additionally, after extensive research for an insurance client that I just completed designing a Relational Database Management System (RDBMS) for, it was BY FAR the least expensive alternative, ESPECIALLY relative to Microsoft.In addition, it has the lowest overhead (computing hardware/software requirements) relative to anything of its capabilities on the market. You can reference these system requirements (along with features) at their web site that really gives a good deal of information. Note these minimum requirements that most systems can easily handle these days:
(compare these minimum requirements to the latest version of Microsoft's Access or any other database for that matter)

PC
· Intel Compatible 90 MHz Pentium or higher
· 32 MB of RAM (or more)
· Windows 98, Me, NT4 (SP6), 2000, XP

Mac
· Power Mac or higher
· 32 MB of RAM
· OS 8.6-9.22

Mac OS X
· Apple G3 or higher
· 128 MB of RAM
· OS X 10.1

The client had older PCs using Windows 98SE. Obviously, I used the PC version of the software which is very similar to the Mac version. If I had decided to implement a Microsoft "solution" it would have involved upgrading not only the hardware but the operating systems too. Then, the cost of the Access copy doesn't come cheap if you haven't compared lately. FoxPro didn't fair any better, SQL Server worse. Especially in a clent <==> server design paradigm!

Bottom line, a fully customized relational database designed, developed and deployed in record time with minimal cost to the owner (no new hardware or operating systems) and working from initial installation to this day with minimal database administration. FULLY compatible with either PC or MACs on the network and future operating system upgrades on either platform. Personally, I'm pleased and I know a business that is extremely happy. Win-win situation..

One thing I found rather nice is you can download a 30-day free trial of the basic Filemaker Pro software at their web site to see if it meets your needs - certainly a nice gesture. (filemaker.com)

4-0 out of 5 stars And it works with fine with Excel
An update to my earlier review:Filemaker works great with Excel (contrary to what an earlier reviewer guessed, apparently without testing).Last week I built a small Filemaker database to track contributors and potential contributors to a charitable group with which I work.Yesterday, I received an Excel spreadsheet from another member of the group, and it contained nearly 1,000 names, addresses, and phone numbers.Importing it was a snap:I simply used the "Import" function, choosing Excel as the file-type I wanted to import.Filemaker gave me a nice graphical interface to match Excel columns to fields in my database; it also gave me the chance to add a new field if necessary.Then a button click and the data imported cleanly and quickly, without any problems.

2-0 out of 5 stars Mac Users Yes, PC Users NO!!!!
First of all for Mac, users this is your only option for a good reliable, well known database, so I recommend it to them most of all. For PC users however, stay very far away, Microsoft Access has all the tools you need already. Based upon user experience, I think Microsoft Access is much easier, (read carefully now, before you judge my review). People say that FileMaker is the easiest database ever created, but they are dead wrong, they have never tried Access. Entering information into the database in FileMaker is like thorns in your finger, it is so difficult. I tried to enter the date for my music collection and it kept on giving me an error message that it should be done a particular way, I followed its instructions and still ended up with the same error. Creating reports is also painful, unlike Microsoft Access which uses a simple tabed interface you can immediately switch from tables to creating quries and beautiful reports. In FileMaker, the database uses some sort of Visual Basic interface to create reports, Access uses simple wizards to get you where you are going. Access is also more powerful in terms of integration with SQL, ODBC, other database server products so there is no conflict with your data. FileMaker is simple and too weak for users to spend upto $..., buy Access and you will never regret it. And with the integration between other MS Office products, you will be amazed. One of the features I love the most is the ability to create mail merge documents using database information from Access into Microsoft Word. Your able to easily convert a database from Access to Excel, vice versa easily. All of this would be a head ache in FileMaker. If you are on the Windows platform, certainly Access is the best way to go!

5-0 out of 5 stars FileMaker Pro6.0
This system is great for writers and business people alike. Once you have used this system you will never regreat owening it. ... Read more


15. Microsoft Excel 2003 Upgrade
by Microsoft
list price: $109.00
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Asin: B0000AZJV7
Catlog: Software
Manufacturer: Microsoft
Sales Rank: 682
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Microsoft Office Excel 2003 enables you to turn data into information with powerful tools to analyze, communicate, and share results. Excel 2003 can help you work better in teams, and help protect and control access to your work. In addition, you can work with industry-standard Extensible Markup Language (XML) data to make it easier to connect to business processes.

Features:

  • Capture and Reuse Data Bring key business data into your spreadsheets for more timely access to the information you need to make good decisions.
  • Share Information with Confidence Work together effectivelyinternally and with other organizationsand help protect against the misuse of sensitive company information.
  • Increase Productivity Be mobile and access information that can help you create the best spreadsheets possible.
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Features

  • Enhanced Smart Tags appear only when you hover the mouse over a defined range of cells
  • Reads data in any customer defined XML schema, without reformatting; you can manipulate XML data sources using charts, tables or graphs
  • Spreadsheets can be saved in a native XML file format, searchable by a program using industry standard XML
  • New visual XML mapping tool maps user-specified XML schema to fields in an Excel spreadsheet
  • Analyzes data better, with enhanced collinearity detection, sum of squared deviation calculation, normal distributions, and continuous probability distribution functions

16. FileMaker Server 7
by FileMaker
list price: $999.99
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Asin: B00028ZL7W
Catlog: Software
Manufacturer: FileMaker
Sales Rank: 1738
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Filemaker FileMaker v.7.0 Server - Complete Product - Database Management - PC, MacFileMaker Server 7 is high-performance server software that efficiently manages shared database solutions.With ease-of-use breakthroughs in sharing and administration as well as advanced security features, FileMaker Server 7 gives you easy-to-use, yet powerful features that allow you to share databases with 2 to 250 users, increase performance over peer-to-peer database sharing, host and serve massive amounts of data more efficiently, administer databases locally or remotely and protect your data with additional security features. Nice electronics is your source for everyday low prices on theFilemaker F105CX00U - FILEMAKER SERVER 7 MUL MAC/WINand all other Filemaker Software - Misc ... Read more

Features

  • Server software for sharing data with teams from 2 to 250 users
  • Secure information with SSL data encryption
  • Boost performance of peer-to-peer database sharing
  • Store massive amounts of information on the network
  • Host information on mixed Windows and Mac platforms

17. FileMaker Pro 7 Upgrade (Mac)
by Filemaker Inc.
list price: $179.99
our price: $161.49
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Asin: B0001LUHEW
Catlog: Software
Manufacturer: Filemaker Inc.
Sales Rank: 803
Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars
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FileMaker Pro 7 Upgrade ... Read more

Features

  • Secure data with assigned accounts and privileges
  • Track and manage people, projects, images, and data
  • Do more, faster with 30 starter solutions
  • Exchange data with a virtually limitless number of applications
  • Store, track, and archive files and documents

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5-0 out of 5 stars Je chercheFileMaker Pro upgrade de 2.1 à 7 est-ce le bon
il ny a pas de spécification sur votre site.
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18. Datawatch MONARCH PRO V7 CD MOST ( FPP32C070-A01 )
by Datawatch

our price: $550.99
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Asin: B000099SX1
Catlog: Software
Manufacturer: Datawatch
Sales Rank: 4249
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19. FileMaker Pro 7 Upgrade
by Filemaker Inc.

our price: $161.49
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Asin: B0001LUHCY
Catlog: Software
Manufacturer: Filemaker Inc.
Sales Rank: 1969
Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars
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FileMaker Pro 7 Upgrade ... Read more

Features

  • Secure data with assigned accounts and privileges
  • Track and manage people, projects, images, and data
  • Do more, faster with 30 starter solutions
  • Exchange data with a virtually limitless number of applications
  • Store, track, and archive files and documents

Reviews (1)

5-0 out of 5 stars All the business software you'll ever need!
As a daily user of FileMaker Pro, this latest upgrade provides the best FM Pro yet!

First, FileMaker Pro is not one product, but multiple.For example, you can use it as your customer contact manager, purchase order/invoice system, accounts payable, business card manager, etc.It can become all of the software solutions you need.What may cost you thousands of dollars to purchase individually is all capable within FileMaker.And the best part is you can customize it to YOUR liking.

FM Pro 7 gives even more options.One of the best features is the ability to store or link to other documents like pdf (Adobe Acrobat), word, excel, etc.Just imagine pulling up your client and having instant access to invoices, documentation, etc. right at your fingertips.

This is all the software you'll ever need and with a superb team that built FileMaker you'll be pleased (they are also a part of Apple so you know it's quality!) ... Read more


20. Official ACT! 2005 QuickStudy Guide (Book)
by Best Software, Inc.
list price: $49.99
our price: $31.34
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Asin: B0002TPFYK
Catlog: Software
Manufacturer: Best Software, Inc.
Sales Rank: 240
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