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Baffled by the complexities of Microsoft's dazzling FrontPage Web site design software? Although the software can be used to create the most complex sites, for some users, it's overkill. A good alternative: FileMaker's updated Home Page 3.0 ($99), a program that's still easy to use but offers 45 page and site templates as well as 2,500 clip art images. Home Page also features a built-in connection to the FileMaker Pro database application ($199) for nearly instant publication (to the Internet or an intranet) of mailing lists, employee records or anything maintained in a database. Both programs are available for PCs and Macs. For more information, visit FileMaker's Web site --

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This article was originally published in the June 1998 print edition of Entrepreneur with the headline: Best-Laid Plans.

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