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Converting from PC to MacBook

Question asked by MichaelBlakeGore on Feb 9, 2011
Latest reply on Feb 9, 2011 by MichaelBlakeGore


Converting from PC to MacBook


I just recently switched over to MAC from PC. I have a stand alone database/sales order management program that was created with FileMaker Pro....however, I do not/did not have Filemaker Pro "running" or "loaded" onto my PC for it to function (if that makes sense). 

Is their a way to "convert" that database to run on my MAC without having to use Parallels and install Windows on my mac?

Thanks for any tips that could be shared; and a preemptive apology for the overabundance of quotations... :)

ps. Ideally I would like to run this program on my mac and then be able to access it with FIlemaker Go from my iphone