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Spb Software House release Spb Finance 2 for Pocket PC
Posted on 12-Jul-2005 16:22 | Tags Filed under: News


Spb Software House release Spb Finance 2 for Pocket PC
Spb Finance is a personal financial manager that can be used as a standalone expense tracker or as an automatically synchronizing pocket companion for Microsoft Money or Intuit Quicken.

The sotftware runs on Windows Mobile 2003 and this new version bring compatibility with Windows Mobile 5. Spb Software House has implemented new features based on user requests, plus internal ideas.

This new version of Spb Finance provides a large set of features including the Spb Finance Entry, that allows users to entry transactions on the Pocket PC without a stylus in under 5 seconds. Users will be able to change the design style thanks to a new skin support for the Spb Finance Entry.

The application has been optimized for speed, and presents new custom reports support. New report engine is much faster, it has new types of reports and allows creating of custom reports (choose a New report option from the context menu on the reports page). Reports are stored in Spb Finance data file and may be backed up and restored.

The Today plug-in has been improved as well as the Microsoft Money synchronization process. Spb Finance also comes withs with a quick search in lists added (find category, payee, class in 3 taps), and a transactions archive facility.







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