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SimpleBooks 1.0 streamlines billing

updated 05:05 pm EDT, Tue June 19, 2007

SimpleBooks 1.0 released

Infinity Data Systems has launched the first version of SimpleBooks, an invoice and billing program. The highlight is its interface, which is said to be intuitive enough that reading the manual is unnecessary. Aside from its primary purposes, the software can also be used to create estimates, and track important information such as time, customers and inventory. Users can further generate reports, and export their data to a backup that can be restored at will. SimpleBooks can be downloaded for $10 in Intel-only or Universal Binary versions, and requires Mac OS X 10.2 or higher.




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  1. randombob

    Joined: Dec 1969

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    how about a screenshot?

    And, like, one that wasn't ripped out of "stock fotos 2007," like the rest of the artwork on that site.

    as a general rule, I don't buy anything that originated in Kentucky, save for horses. Personal experience.

  1. hayesk

    Joined: Dec 1969

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    Re: how about a screensho

    "as a general rule, I don't buy anything that originated in Kentucky, save for horses. Personal experience."

    Wow, that certainly gave your opinion a lot of credibility. Did you personally buy something from every vendor of every good or service in Kentucky? Did each purchase go bad? (save for horses, of course)

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