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==Recover a damaged filemaker database==
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== Accessing Specialty FileMaker Pro Databases  ==
*Open File Maker
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*Click on the File menu
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See: [[Specialty Databases|Specialty_Databases]]
*Click on Recover
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*Select the damaged database and click Open
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== Recover or repair a damaged filemaker database ==
*It will suggest that you save the recovered the database under a new name, do so.
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*Open File Maker  
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*Click on the File menu  
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*Click on Recover  
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*Select the damaged database and click Open  
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*It will suggest that you save the recovered the database under a new name, do so.  
 
*When it's done recovering, try opening the recovered database.
 
*When it's done recovering, try opening the recovered database.
  
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[[Category:Specific applications]]
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[[Category:TDXNO]]

Latest revision as of 15:39, 24 August 2022

Accessing Specialty FileMaker Pro Databases

See: Specialty_Databases

Recover or repair a damaged filemaker database

  • Open File Maker
  • Click on the File menu
  • Click on Recover
  • Select the damaged database and click Open
  • It will suggest that you save the recovered the database under a new name, do so.
  • When it's done recovering, try opening the recovered database.
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