I must say that i find learning filemaker documentation , books,et to be quite repetitive.
I have so much knowledge in other programs, etc that obviously took time to learn, but i was wondering if any experts could tell me if i am incorrect or on the right track.
I have too many fmp books now that got me to at least understand basic stuff in filemaker pro. OK i understand there may be 20 different ways to do 1 thing but really?
missing manual, filemaker desktop reference, fmp10 in depth. on & on. They all have basically the same information.
Can anyone tell me different that basically to master fmp you have to take the basics, practice doing certain things in fmp and then try & try again until you get it to work?
AM i off track here. I find dissecting custom functions, reading articled and examining them to the tee to be my best way to actually do what i need to do in filemaker.
Any other ideas will be GREATLY APPRECIATED!!
Who Viewed the Topic