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I have some experience with creating databases in microsoft access, and was wondering if you could do the same type of thing with filemaker pro for mac, i would like to get back into creating databases for businesses and wasn't sure if filemaker pro was just a ready to use program that business owners can just use directly, or if someone (such as myself) would have to create for them through the program.
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