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    Does anyone have a recommendation for a medium sized business. We've been using great plains for about three years but it is so costly to upgrade it every year.

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    Have you looked at Quickbooks? We use it and find it easy to use, even with our limited knowledge.
    One thing, spring the extra for Quickbooks Pro as that is what your accountant will have loaded up. We didn't and had to upgrade later.

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    Heyder, there was a free downloade for ACCPAC.
    I am a quickbook pro 2002 pro myself. This ACCPAC is half the size of quickbooks, smaller.
    right to the download page

    Hope this helps!

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    Domain Addict / Formerly known as elbowcreek Thomas A. Rice's Avatar
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    I use MAS90 but they are outrageously exoensive and very mercenary on their help desk. I am not happy with them at all, and need to look for a new software package as well. Any suggestions for an office with 8-10 pc's attached?

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