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Quicken, Excel? Something else?

By tphamiltonz ·
I need to develop a money and valuables log and am trying to decide what program to use. I was going to do it in Excel which seemed to be the obvious choice to me (at first). I need a program that will log in with password protection and allow me to see who did what transactions. There will be about eight users and I would like only two to be able to make any changes once an entry has been made. I need to show when the money / valuables came in, where and when they went out and for what reason. Any suggestions? We have been audited and the fire is on my feet to get this done. Answers would benifit from me being able to download demos etc. Thanks for your help!

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by TheChas In reply to Quicken, Excel? Somethin ...

Something else!!!

You need a full service accounting and inventory package.
These do not come cheap.

You could create a custom application in SQL or another database manager.

You might look at Quick-Books from Intuit.

Peachtree accounting is another possibility.

Happy Searching,

Chas

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by tphamiltonz In reply to

Yes, I was looking at Quick books pro. I called them up and they told me that I could customize it to suit my needs but I have not received the demo yet.

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by Power Natto In reply to Quicken, Excel? Somethin ...

ACCESS has a couple of templates that might get you started on your way . . .

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by DKlippert In reply to Quicken, Excel? Somethin ...

Rather than reinvent the wheel, I suggest QuickBooks. Your Accountant will as well.

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by Paulvs1_ In reply to Quicken, Excel? Somethin ...

you can also get money 2000 it is for what you need

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