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Old 01-25-2013, 08:48 PM
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Originally Posted by Sensation Man View Post
The problem with excel is the way u have to save every document as a seperate file. Excel really sucks when your trying to keep a database of all invoices you sendout and how much each customer ows u. That's where Quickbooks pro really shines.
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Agree with you Sensation Man. As an all-in-one small business office product, QB shines. But if you don't have QB, excel provides you with FLEXIBILITY (if you know how to use it really, really well). Database views are easy to set up, etc if you are good at it... for the rest of us, its just a spreadsheet.

Example.... Go google "invoice program in excel" right now and you will find plenty of options. There are lots of things off the shelf in excel, but if you already use QB to run your business, then by all means --- go with that.

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