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Old 03-31-2012, 10:59 PM
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proposal program

i use groundskeepper for my monthy billing but i dont like their estimates. im looking for a formal landscape construction proposal. i paid for and downloaded thecontractorsgroup .com because i liked the idea of it but once i printed on it seemed cheap. any suggestions are greatly appreciate.
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Old 04-01-2012, 05:38 PM
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I'm a big quickbooks fan. If you really spend some time with it you can customize it exactly how you want. The first few seasons you will be making alot of adjustments to make it fit better but once you get those down it is really great. I have plaid with alot of programs and keep going back to it because of the versitility. Also where it is used by so many industries you can usually find an answer to any questions or problems with a quick google search.
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