Actually, I think I just found it :-)
Manage Database ---> import.....
this product is awesome :-)
While not impossible, that will not be easy to do. It will be simpler to keep the starter solution a separate file and use external data source references to link it's tables to your solution.
They mean whatever the developer created them to mean. When you create a button--whether it's in a button bar like these or just a button, you can specify an icon to include as part of its label.
If you mean the "badges" in the lower left corner of each button (the red/blue diamond and the "eye), then these are specific badges that, if you make them visible via the show menu that the button has a conditional format (red/blue diamond) and a "hide object when" setting (Eye).
Hide Object When will cause the entire button to disappear if the hide object when calculation evaluates as True. You can find this setting on the Inspector's data tab if you first select the layout object with that setting.
Conditional formatting can specify fill colors and text styles/colors for an object if the conditional format expression evaluates as True. To see what these are, right click the object while in layout mode and select the conditional formatting option.
Both of these features can be looked up in FileMaker Help.
Thank you!! I wasn't sure on what they were actually called to look them up :-)