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Things that we want to know, but are afraid to ask

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by wjones In reply to Things that we want to kn ...

<p>If you've been meaning to transfer that handwritten insurance inventory to your PC or, even worse, neglected to make one at all, Everything I own mya be for you.  This easy-to-use program makes quick work of creating an inventory and will save you frustration (and possibly thousands in lost insurance reimbursement) in case of a disaster.</p>
<p>Everything I own (EIO) is a database appoptimized for home inventories.  It contains categories for purchase price, replacement value, serial number, item condition, and other important criteria.  It also supports the importation of images into the databade, letting you incorporate photographs of items.</p>
<p>Once you provide pertinent  information on your personal assets, you can generate an array of reports, sort or filter the database by category or field, and perform other database functions.  If you have a substantial number of items, these capabilities can be quite beneficial.  For example, if you purchase a new television and need a quick estimate of your business equipment's value for an insurance upgrade, EIO will amke it easy to garner that information.</p>
<p>Users of previous versions of EIO (Mycroft release Version 3 in June) will discover several new features, including the ability to maintain multiple inventories and a feature that lets users create their own data items.  In addition, Version 3 sports an enhanced backup feature and now supports export to additonal file formats including PDF (Port-able Document Format).</p>
<p>EIO helps automate the process of data entry by offering configurable, drop-down boxes with frequently used information such as brand names and purchase locations.  Additionally, it can import data saved as delimited text format, which can be a huge time-saver for those with existing home inventories that support data export. All considered, EIO is a reasonably priced, highly workable option (with a 45-day-trial) for PC users who want to track their stuff.</p>
<p>Thanks for your support</p>

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