VTC.COM Introduces Four New Training Courses For FileMaker Pro 10 At The Macworld Conference & Expo 2009

VTC.com along with experts John Mark Osborne and Wim Decorte introduce four NEW training courses for FileMaker Pro 10 at the Macworld Conference and Expo.

SAN FRANCISCO (Macworld) - Jan. 5, 2009 - vtc.com introduces four new training courses for FileMaker Pro 10.

Taught by experts John Mark Osborn and Wim Decorte, these courses explain in-depth how to get the most out of FileMaker Pro 10 and FileMaker Server 10 applications.

VTC will be showcasing these new courses in our main booth next to Apple, and within the FileMaker Pavilion during the Macworld Conference & Expo 2009 in San Francisco, CA.

VTC is also adding 30 minute expert sessions for various applications, including FileMaker, at our main booth 1926.

See us in VTC booth 1926 or at the FileMaker Pavilion for additional information.

For the novice or seasoned user - VTC offers a wide range of courses for audio and multimedia software. For more information on VTC.com products or the online university, please visit http://www.vtc.com or call 1-888-TRAIN-CD

Membership to the VTC Online University is available for a month-to-month fee of $30 USD a month, or $250 USD for a yearlong subscription. Over 650 courses with more than 70,000 movies at your fingertips. As with all VTC.com tutorials, the first three chapters of any full length title can be viewed online free of charge and with no obligation. For additional titles that are in development - please visit >http://www.vtc.com/modules/products/titlesInDevelopment.php

About VTC.com:
VTC is a leader in self-paced software training for the working professional, student, or hobbyist. From the first training course created by VTC's Mark Vernon in 1994 to our latest releases we continue to expand our library of over 600 courses available online or on CD. Tutorials for programs in graphics, animation & 3D, audio production, video, web design, database programming, office applications, networking, operating systems and so much more.

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