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Binhex Limited releases Word to FM v1

London, England- November 23, 2006 Binhex Limited announces the release of Word to FM v1.0, a tool for importing Word documents into FileMaker Pro.

About Word to FM

Word to FM is a revolutionary new product that allows you to import Word documents into your FileMaker databases in a matter of seconds with no programming required! Word to FM, the first product of this kind to grace the market, radically simplifies the process of translating Word documents into FileMaker databases.

Word to FM allows you to quickly import the text and meta-data from a directory of Word documents. Importantly it also imports links to the documents into FileMaker, allowing you to tightly integrate the documents into your database solution. For those who seek to create a document management system in FileMaker, this is an invaluable tool that results in hours of saved time.

Word to FM eliminates the need to learn VBA, XML or XSLT to integrate with Microsoft Word. So it can be as simple as dragging a folder of documents onto the Word to FM icon on your desktop.

It runs on Windows 98 or higher and as a native Universal Binary application on Intel and PPC Macintosh computers running OS X 10.4 or higher.


A 30 day trial version is now available at http://www.binhexlimited.co.uk/word_to_FM.html . Pricing starts at $129 per user with volume discounts and developer pricing available.

About Binhex

Binhex Limited http://www.binhexlimited.co.uk is a London, UK based FSA Associate member specializing in developing innovative FileMaker databases that combine remarkable capabilities with ease of use. In 2006 Binhex Limited finished as runner-up in the MacWorld UK FileMaker Developer of the Year award.


Binhex Limited

Email: [email protected]

Telephone: +44(0)20 7928 6699

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