Wow that's a score. I paid 40 bucks for that book.yeah.. just found that the other day.. i think it is good so far, i find that i am jumping around too much in it.. but it is freefreefreeefreee!
chrome-extension://oemmndcbldboiebfnladdacbdfmadadm/http://http-download.intuit.com/htt...6/docs/QuickBooks_2016_The_Missing_Manual.pdfWow that's a score. I paid 40 bucks for that book.
The nice thing about scheduling software is that it exports all the work you have done over the month to QBs. It's no big deal when you first start out to manually enter work into QBs but as you grow that can be quite a chore.The more I read theae posts the more I get demotivated from trying these programs. I use QB online and find it does 90% of what I need. Onlybthing I do in a spreadsheet is my daily/weekly route. But since stays mostly the same Its a big issue...
That's so true. To be honest I just use the basic features. Things like scheduling, estimates and charging credit cards. New leads can request a quote online. I have a fair amount of clients that I have never met in person.great to hear about SAP. Probably the one I will try. Seems like you can do as much or as little as you would like with it.