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Microsoft Access vs Filemaker

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I was wondering which is a better database program for someone with limited database knowledge like me. I would like to create databases for scheduling, personnel records for a small company. I have limited database knowledge. I was reading reviews for microsoft access and filemaker, both seemed to be very good. Which program do you think is better?
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Hi carolinejoy,

Both applications are very good. Access is probably more powerfull and sometimes more difficult for someone new to databases. I think it just comes down to user preference. I'm sure that both applcations will be able to manipulate the data in the way that you wish. :whistling:

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