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FileMaker Pro includes an ODBC and JDBC driver that allows you to share FileMaker data with other applications, including Excel. If you are familiar with SQL queries, then use the ODBC driver. If you are familiar with JDBC, use the JDBC driver. The complete step-by-step instructions are found in the "ODBC and JDBC Guide" that comes with FileMaker Pro 10, or you can view it online at:
This should get you pointed in the right direction.