MS Money SB 2004 Sucks, does Quicken?

Discussion in 'Quicken' started by WJC, May 6, 2004.

  1. WJC

    WJC Guest

    I foolishly asked a few questions through a link on the Intuit web site and
    got nowhere, so let me give it a try here...

    I basically wanted some questions answered before I went out and spent my
    money on Quicken 2004 Premier Home & Small Business

    Firstly, I wanted to know if there was a users manual/guide available online
    somewhere to answer most of my questions as and when they cam up (before I
    purchase it)

    Next, the invoice designer in MS Money won't let me put custom fields on an
    invoice or allow me to put, for example, the invoice number in 2 places, so
    I can have a "tear off an return with payment" section. Will Quicken allow
    me to do this?

    Will Quicken allow me to enter a negative amount or percent as a line item
    on an invoice?

    How about selecting a group of invoices to print? Instead of MS Money
    allowing only 1 at a time to be printed.

    Will Quicken allow you to print a statement that shows something similar to
    a credit card statement, you know the line that says "payment $XXX.XX
    01/01/2004 Thank you"

    Of course all these questions would be answered if Intuit provided a 30-day
    trial :(

    I'd be grateful for any and all input

    Thanks
    Brian W
    You'd only laugh if I told you what my company was
     
    WJC, May 6, 2004
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    MostlyH2O Guest

    > Firstly, I wanted to know if there was a users manual/guide available
    online
    > somewhere to answer most of my questions as and when they cam up (before I
    > purchase it)


    I don't know about your invoice questions, but Quicken posts their user
    manuals here...
    http://www.intuit.com/support/quicken/pdf/

    I recently switched to Quicken from MS Money 2004 H & B. I definitely think
    Quicken is superior and more customizable.

    Jack
     
    MostlyH2O, May 7, 2004
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    Rick Hess Guest

    "MostlyH2O" <> wrote
    >
    > I recently switched to Quicken from MS Money 2004 H & B.


    How well did Quicken convert you business transactions? I'm assuming you're
    delimiting your business transactions using classes in Q, and I think Money
    has a different approach to this.



    > I definitely think
    > Quicken is superior and more customizable.


    Anything you miss about Money?
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    Rick Hess
    New Orleans
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    Rick Hess, May 7, 2004
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