[BCAB] Accessible Accounting Packages

David Wood (G3YXX) david.g3yxx at googlemail.com
Sun Feb 20 12:41:29 GMT 2011


Dave

As it is only to be personal accounting use, my suggestion would be to use Excel and write your own sheets.
David

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Subject: [BCAB] Accessible Accounting Packages

I am sure that I have read on this list in the past about Accounting 
Packages that were recommended by individuals.  My wife has used an old 
version of Quicken  for about 20 years, the only use I made of it was 
reading spreadsheets she generated from it.  She has just changed from a 
desktop to a laptop and is going to have to change from using Quicken. She 
would like to use something that would be more accessible to me.  Has 
anyone any recommendations please.  I use window-eyes 7.2.

Any suggestions gratefully  received.  It will be used for domestic rather 
than business use.



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