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    Accounting software based on Access? (Access 2000)

    Accounting software

    Does anybody know where to buy an accounting software based on Access ? We use an Access database and our database is very similar to the database Northwind traders, shipped with Microsfot Access 2000.We do need however an accounting software. We have not heard of an accounting software based on Access,only on Excel. We are ready to buy and also to pay for cusotmizing the product according to our specific neeeds.
    We will be grateful for any advice as to how to find an appropriate seller.

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    Re: Accounting software based on Access? (Access 2000)

    DatabaseCreations (www.databasecreations.com) has such an Access-based software package; I think it is called "Yes, I can run my business" or "I can't believe its not butter" or something like that. I've never looked at it, so I can't tell you anything about it one way or the other. I do believe that you do get a maintainable .mdb file.
    Mark Liquorman
    See my website for Tips & Downloads and for my Liquorman Utilities.

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    Re: Accounting software based on Access? (Access 2000)

    Access has one of its own.

    In Access go to Files/New
    Select the "Databases" tab
    Click "Ledger"

    I have used this successfully for club accounting (with a few minor modifications.
    David Grugeon
    Brisbane Australia

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    Re: Accounting software based on Access? (Access 2000)

    Tony Mains has compiled a pretty good list of Access-based accounting packages at http://www.granite.ab.ca/accsacct.htm <font color=blue>(edited by WendellB to activate link)</font color=blue>

    He also has tons of useful tidbits and tools.

    hth,
    tim

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