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Identifiying unused fields in a large database

Question asked by neu on Mar 24, 2010
Latest reply on Mar 25, 2010 by neu

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Identifiying unused fields in a large database

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I have a database containing about 330 fields in its largest layout. This was built from a previous database which had similar functions,but from which a lot has changed as it morphed into its current manifestation. Thus, there are a number of fields left over from the earlier version which are no longer used in the current version. Is there a way in FMP 10 (this is NOT the Advanced version) to identify which fields are actually being used and which are not, short of going through the layout and making a list, then checking it against the table of fields in Manage Database?  Running FMP 10 and Windows 7. Many thanks.

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