Does accounting have useable templates yet?

Discussion in 'Microsoft Accounting' started by Dave, Jan 14, 2009.

  1. Dave

    Dave Guest

    Hi, judging by the amount of questions still being posted concerning
    templates for "normal" Invoice/ Statement/ Credit forms I have a suspicion
    that nothing has improved but I thought it worth asking before we spend more
    money and continue with Intuit. Are there any standard templates for pre
    printed forms available yet, like the ones supplied with most other
    accounting packages. Like the ones you get with Sage, Intuit, TAS, etc. etc.
    that enable easy set up and use of the accounting application. Please don't
    accuse me of being lazy, we are a small business and simply don't have the
    expertise or time to learn how to modify all the templates, XML's Schema's
    and what have you. Thanks, Dave
    Dave, Jan 14, 2009
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  2. Dave

    Dean Guest

    I agree. We were just about ready to finalize the switch to MOA, and this
    problem is going to kill the transition. Apparently Microsoft doesn't read
    or doesn't care about customer's needs.
    Dean, Apr 10, 2009
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  3. Dave

    Dave Guest

    I do know how you feel, and you are correct that this was a recurring request
    from many people that was never answered. We spent a few weeks awaiting an
    answer and seeing the same question being deliberately mis-answered to put
    people off and not admit the shortcoming before we gave up and went with
    Intuit. It's so easy to print Invoices , forms reports etc without having to
    export to another program first. It would not be so bad if Microsoft gave a
    simple config option like Intuit and all the others so you could set up
    multi-part printing easily yourself. In fact I have never seen any simple
    process made so rediculously difficult! I could not believe Microsoft could
    be so short sighted, I do not think they are really serious about this being
    a product for business users. Thanks for you reply, Dave.
    Dave, Apr 11, 2009
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