Define a container field
Put it on your layout.
Click in your field and use the insert menu to insert a picture or other container object.
That works for pix.. thanks, but must be sized correctly to read it.
Let's go one step further... how about a container to store PDFs in, so I can reopen them in Acrobat?
The goal is to have one filing system or data base with info... instead of one in Filemaker, one in an email, another file for PDFs and Pix.
What would also work, if I could link a file or email to filemaker. Thoughts?
This is for our real estate management co. Need fields that sort tenants, suppliers, vendors, and notes and documents for each one.
Any File inserted as a reference using the Insert File command can be opened with the OS assigned application when you double-click the container field. That means you can open a PDF with acrobat, a word file with MS WORD, a Filemaker file with Filemaker...
I can't find a Insert File command... do I have this with version 6.0? Am I doing something wrong?
Sorry, I missed the "version 6" info in your original post. My posts were in reference to FMP 10. I don't have FMP 6 available to check, but wouldn't be suprised to learn that FMP 6 did not have all the features of FMP 10 in the insert menu.
Thank you for your post.
You are not doing anything wrong. In FileMaker Pro 6, you are only able to insert "Picture", "QuickTime" and "Sound". Insert File was not introduced until FileMaker Pro 7.
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