Working with records in Browse mode
After you create a database file and define tables and fields, you can start entering data. Each set of fields is called a record.
Example of records and field data and field labels
You work with the data in your records in Browse mode. You can view, add, change, omit, or delete records in your database. FileMaker Pro saves the changes you make to your file as you work. If you’ve entered data in a record but haven’t yet saved it, you can also revert the record back to its previously saved state.
Your database can contain multiple layouts that display your data in different ways. If your database has several layouts, you can choose a different one from the Layout pop-up menu. For more information, see Switching between layouts.
For information on switching to Browse mode from another mode, see About FileMaker Pro modes.
Related topics 
Committing data in records
Restoring data in records
Working with data in Table View
Topics in this section
Viewing records as a form, list, or table
Selecting the current record
Moving through records
Scroll wheel support
Navigating in web viewers