New ManagePLUS for QuickBooks release:
Advice for CD purchasers...
ManagePLUS for QuickBooks release: version 2.0.1
We're sending out a newsletter to
let everyone know about this new ManagePLUS release, because
besides enhancements and bug fixes it offers several new features.
Here's a general description of what's new:
- Automatic date range
splits for reports. Now reports based on the active
accounting period can be automatically split into multi-period
comparison reports by Day, Week, Month, Quarter, and several
other periods. This lets you create reports comparing sales
and purchase quantities by Class by month, financials by
quarter, and so on.
- Quick reports
now let you create reports pre-configured with date range
splits (by Month, by Quarter, etc.) and column selections
designed to meet the needs of common reporting goals, with a
single menu selection.
- The Getting Started
dialog provides a list of reminders about what to do
first, next, and so on whenever you add a new company file in
ManagePLUS. It's a stay-on-top window that won't go away until
you tell it to. And each item in its list of reminders is a
direct link to a topic in the ManagePLUS Help system, so all
you have to do to get more information is click on the item.
- Numerous minor
enhancements, bug fixes, and improvements.
For details on the new features
including report illustrations and more, please see the article
To download a trial version of
the new ManagePLUS release, or to upgrade a licensed installation,
please visit the ManagePLUS Downloads page at:
This is a free upgrade
for all current ManagePLUS for QuickBooks 2.x users!
for CD purchasers...
If you've purchased ManagePLUS for QuickBooks on CD and you
aren't able to download the new ManagePLUS release due to a slow
Internet connection, etc., you of course are welcome to purchase a
new CD to upgrade your ManagePLUS installation.
However, later this fall we expect to release yet
another new ManagePLUS version with more new features. So if
the new features in the current release aren't must-have features
for you right now, we suggest you "save your pennies" a
while longer and wait until later this fall, after the next major
feature release, to order another CD.
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