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Computer Connection now offering FileMaker Pro 7

March 19, 2004 :: Chris Horrocks, Computer Connection

FileMaker Pro 7 is now available for purchase at the Penn Computer Connection showroom. The new version is a major upgrade with more than 100 new features.

FileMaker Pro 7 lets users import, store and export any file or document – PDFs, Microsoft Word, Excel or PowerPoint files, digital images, video, music and more – within new, flexible Container fields. Also new is the ability to open multiple windows in the same database to give users faster and simultaneous access to different views of their information.

FileMaker Pro 7, for Windows and Mac OS X, has been redesigned using a modern, streamlined relational architecture, which enables users to simplify information management by storing multiple tables within a single file. The new Relationships Graph presents a visual “map” of the database and lets users create and modify relationships with a simple click and drag tool. To keep pace with rich-media management and other sophisticated solutions, FileMaker Pro 7 dramatically expands its data capacity to 8 terabytes per file or 4,000 times the old limit.

Single copies of the FileMaker Pro 7 product will be available for $149. License pricing is also available.

For more sale details, visit the Computer Connection website at http://www.upenn.edu/computerstore -- be sure to have your PennKey and password handy to log in and view more information. Also, students can find a host of valuable computer purchasing information on the Campus Express website. Remember, you must be a full-time student, faculty, or staff member of the University of Pennsylvania, or a full-time staff member of UPHS, to be eligible to purchase items through the Computer Connection. For policy details visit http://www.business-services.upenn.edu/computerstore/core/info/policy.html.



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