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a) Which one is better for databases... Apple Works or FileMaker
b) if Apple Works is better... how do i install it again?!?
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FileMaker is used to create databases. Whereas AppleWorks is a combo application. It includes functions for word processing, spreadsheets, painting, drawing, presentations and databases.

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Filemaker is a Pro Database program. It's been around for years on the Mac. Appleworks is a basic home all in one program sort of like Microsoft Works for the PC. For simple home type databases with say Names and phone numbers, Appleworks would be fine, but if you want a more professional solution, Filemaker would be the one to get.
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thanks alot!!
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say i deleted apple works...how du i get it back??
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You will need your restore disks.

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