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Importing data from one FileMaker database to another

FileMaker's import features are handy for entering a lot of data quickly, but sometimes the built-in import features aren't enough.

When you need to do repeated imports, or if your data needs to be modified before being imported, save yourself a lot of headaches and create a separate database to do the importing.

There are many advantages to this method, including:

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