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Claris Corp. will demonstrate its first Windows product developed in-house when it shows off FileMaker Pro 2.0 at PC Expo this month.
FileMaker Pro 2.0 -- an upgrade on the Macintosh but a new product for Windows -- is due to ship this fall on both platforms. The QuickTime-compatible database product offers 50 new features for Mac users, including new scripting capabilities, new search features, and additional style control for text.
Claris hopes FileMaker Pro 2.0 will take the company into the league of mainstream Windows developers. "Eventually we would like to take all the [Claris] products over," said Bruce Chizen, Claris sales vice president. MacDraw Pro is …