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Topic # 191923 20-Feb-2016 19:34
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Does anyone know where I can obtain a copy of Microsoft Accounting Professional 2009?





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  Reply # 1496395 20-Feb-2016 19:58
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It's not on OldVersions.com so next best is Te Papa, eBay, or Craigslist.  

 

Express version is here apparently but I wouldn't trust it not to be malicious in some way: http://microsoft-office-accounting-express.en.lo4d.com/details

 

 

 

 




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  Reply # 1496432 20-Feb-2016 22:44
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Thanks I found exactly what I needed in the version of a sunset product

 

Msoft Money Plus

 

 Free download direct form Msoft no bugs bats or scary things attached. For em it does exactly what I want works as a cashbook for multiple bank accounts has a chart of accounts imports money files from the bank. For my meager needs its great As everyone lauds the benefits of the great Xero I did have a look Anything that is functional is $55 a month that's $660 a year. Perfectly fine if you income is sufficient to claim it. But excessive for mere mortals needs.

 

Obviously be aware that you are using a piece of software with zero support or upgradeabilty. Oh I just thought I wonder if it will accept my Australian account?... Oh I also doubt it will do gst reconcilation I have always used a spreadsheet for that anyway. NZ gst is a piece of cake compared to some countries so doesnt worry me. Anyway I hope it helps some.





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