We’ve heard you! Choose from two different training sessions scheduled for worldwide audiences!

By dBaseGeoffrey | Newsroom

Sep 13
As you may know already, dBASE PLUS 2.8 has been used by professionals around the world ever since it was first introduced. Response to our recently announced training has been impressive to say the least. To accommodate our customers around the globe, we will now be offering the class at two different times. Any purchase of dBASE Plus 2.8 Full or Upgrade between September 1st 2012 and September 30th 2012 will include this training seminar (a $199 value) as part of your purchase*. If you are a dBASE for DOS customer ready to get up to speed on the programming in dBASE 2.8 for Windows, or if you are returning to dBASE after a number of years looking to enhance an existing dBASE 2.8 for Windows skill set, these two one-hour training sessions will help you on your way. For individuals that have already purchased dBASE 2.8, this class can be purchased separately. The cost of this training seminar will be $199 for two one-hour sessions. Following your purchase, you will receive a private invitation outlining the exact data and time that the online class will take place including details on how to participate. We are pleased to announce there will be two different time options available to better accommodate worldwide participation. Both sessions will be presented in English and based on feedback from previous classes, both will consist of a single two hour session. October 4th from 1:00 PM EST to 3:00 PM EST (GMT -5). October 4th from 10:00 PM to 12:00 AM EST (GMT -5). The agenda for each option will include the following topics: • How to use design tools to create and edit an application • Creating dBASE File (DBF) Tables with indexes • Establishing Parent Child Relationships with Data Modules • Setting up Data Entry Forms • Customize your application with Menus • Enhance Reports by showing Grouped and Summarized data • Building and Packaging the application for deployment to client workstations Each of these interactive sessions will grant you direct access to dBase’s own engineering staff where you can directly ask questions and drill down into any issue that you need more help with. Best Regards, Michael J. Rozlog President and Chief Executive Officer dBase, LLC