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How converting a filemaker file to dbase or excel (without filemaker !)

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I'm looking for a utility (PC) for converting a filemaker Pro 2 database to dbase or excel format without filemaker program (i haven't got filemaker pro)

excuse my very bad english

Kostia2
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there is nothing wrong with your english
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Export the field on a text file and then you can import it where you want.
you also export it on a dbf file,excell etc...
(open you filemaker file with file maker pro and select the export on the file, import/export record
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oups, i read badly your question sorry
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