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About the Author
Steve Schwartz has written hundreds of computer-related reviews and articles for magazines such as Macworld and PCWorld, in addition to more than 50 books, including Microsoft Office 2004 for Mac OS X: Visual QuickStart Guide. He was a founding editor of Software Digest, the business applications editor of MACazine, and technical services director for Funk Software. Steve holds a doctorate in psychology and lives with his pets in the fictional town of Lizard Spit, Arizona. He can be reached via his official Web site: www.siliconwasteland.com.
Most helpful customer reviews on Amazon.com
As with all good software programs there are a number of ways of performing tasks. FileMaker Pro is one of those good programs. The author has done a fine job of choosing a project that is well thought out and executed on a task by task basis.
There are only 6 (extremely minor), errors in this book. None of which prevent the project from being completed successfully. As a matter of fact, the author fully supports his work on an eratta page (...) of his Web site.
Not everything has to be done thoroughly, perfectly, completely. Unless you are writing a reference in creative computing. Many thanks to Steve Schwartz and the fine folks at Peachpit Press for this complete working document. Keep up the good work.