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Home accounts package beta version made available for testing

Published: 22nd Mar 2009, 21:41:16 | Permalink | Printable

Developer Steve Fryatt has made a new version of his CashBook software available for beta testing. The release contains a number of minor tweaks and allows frequently used transactions, or parts of transactions, to be set up as templates and quickly entered into the transaction window at a press of a key or a click of the mouse.

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