Our company, StepUp Software, has written 3 plug-ins for FMP (using CodeWarrior C). Before you get too excited about using FB to create FMP plug-ins, be aware that the FMP API is not a very complete or useful way to extend the capabilities of FMP. It is not, for example, like the plug-in API for PhotoShop, which lets you add just about any kind of capability that you can dream up. THe FMP API allows very limited access to extending FMP and does not, for example, allow you to access the event queue, either to post or intercept events. The reason most FMP plug-ins have appeared on the Mac platform and not for Windows, is that the most useful way to utilize the FMP API is to send AppleEvents, which of course do not exist on the Wintel platform. There is a small group of FMP plug-in developers who met at the last FileMaker Developer Conference to discuss the API and its limitations, and basically the conclusion we came to is that we just have to wait for FileMaker, Inc. to improve the API before it will be much use to anyone. Hate to burst anyone's bubble, but it's probably just not worth the time or effort to convert the C code examples provided for CodeWarrior to FB. You can join an FMP Programming list which includes most of the current commercial plug-in developers by sending a message to : FMP_Programming-subscribe@... If you are an FSA member and have not purchased the FMP Developer Edition, the plug-in SDK is available in the member's area of the FIleMaker web site. Jeff Hoffman StepUp Software, Inc.