Microsoft Office Accounting Express 2007

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  1. madmatt

    madmatt Bow Down to the King Political User

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    Microsoft Office Accounting Express 2007 is everything you need to make your small business idea flourish. Whatever your idea, take it further with these great features:

    • Save time on everyday tasks
    • Create quotes and invoices; track expenses and employee time
    • Enter data once and share it seamlessly with other Microsoft Office system programs
    • Manage payroll and taxes with ADP’s integrated payroll service

    Get a complete view of your business
    • Store and organize all your customer, vendor, employee, and financial information in one place
    • Get business insights with over 20 customizable reports
    • Easily share your books with your accountant through Office Live

    Grow your business online
    • List items on eBay, track sales activity, and download and process orders
    • Email invoices and get paid faster with PayPal
    • Monitor your customers’ business credit in real-time through Equifax

    Source: Microsoft E-mail

    FAQ: http://www.ideawins.com/faq.html
    More Information: http://www.ideawins.com/Accounting Express_2007_Datasheet.pdf
    Download: http://download.microsoft.com/download/1/8/D/18DB9BE2-894C-4B77-8FAE-3440A1B326FD/MOA7024Express.exe
    Trial Key for Professional: http://sba.microsoft.com/AccountingProfessional_TrialKey.html
     
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  2. Heeter

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    Hiya Matt,

    What's the catch? Is this free? Is there ads that will popup?

    Sounds like something that I should try.


    UPDATE: I just found someplace that said that it was free, still nothing about ads.

    UPDATE again: only for US businesses, DOH!!!

    Heeter
     
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  3. madmatt

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    I used Office Accounting 2007 during the two month Connect/beta trial and it was a huge improvement over SBA 2006. I haven't installed the Express version yet, but I highly doubt Microsoft would integrate ads.

    I will keep you posted after I install it.

    I received this email...

     
  4. kcnychief

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    Seems like a sweet program
     
  5. madmatt

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    Helder, there are no ads. However, there is product activation.

    I also came across this...

    Furthermore, it asks you after company setup if you would like to upgrade to the full version ("Professional").
     
  6. Heeter

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    Right on, Thanks, Matt.

    I will install mine then.

    Need something like this for my small business. Says for US businesses only, but I think I can make do with that part, converting to Canadian.
     
  7. madmatt

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    Professional has conversions built-in so you might have to end up purchasing it if you like what you see.
     
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    And now they're taking on Sage, is there anay market left which Microsoft doesn't want to get into?
     
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    AWESOME!!!

    Thanks Matt,

    Can't wait to try out the full version, with the conversions,


    Helder
     
  11. Heeter

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    Hey, Matt,

    I am read that the full version needs SQL Server, can you verify that?

    I do run MySQL for my servers, which would be no good in this case, I guess. I don't to enter the key then this proggie takes a nose dive and I lose my data.

    Heeter
     
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  12. madmatt

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    No, SQL Express will be fine. I ran the beta and the full version on SQL Express.
     
  13. kcnychief

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    I'm going to get started with this next week. Almost as most excited for the eBay component as everything else :D

    What do you guys think so far? I think the Express will be sufficient for me. Looked over the differences and there aren't many, if any at all, I would actually use.
     
  14. madmatt

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    I am using Professional. It is a good first attempt for Microsoft but it needs work to be as easy as Quick Books.
     
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    I have no experience with QuickBooks, have been uising QuickInvoice for near a year now, and am starting to run into some limitations.
     
  16. madmatt

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    Microsoft Office 2007 Accounting Service Pack 1 is now available.

    Go get it...

    http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/...-9072-456031457eb5&mg_id=10116&displaylang=en