10. Using Printing and Charting with FileMaker Go

For many years, the heart of computer interfaces has been What You See Is What You Get (WYSIWYG, pronounced wizzy-wig). The concept became very important as graphical user interfaces and high-quality graphics became more and more prevalent (this was in the 1980s). With WYSIWYG, what you saw on the screen was what would be printed out on your printer. (You really don’t want to know what printing and displaying was like on personal computers before WYSIWYG.)

WYSIWYG is a great concept, but particularly when you are dealing with large amounts of data, it is not a ...

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