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If, however, you feel the parameters set out within Cheque Checker might not add up to your requirements, or if you run a club, society, or even a small business that does not require too much effort in the accounts deépartment, then Supersoft's CASH BOOK may well provide the remedy to your cashflow problems.
Again, using an easy to learn menu system, making use chiefly of the ESC key and cursors to enter and access data, Cash Book is hailed as the 'electronic equivalent of an accounts book'.
Entering and analysing transactions is the name of the game and, in truth, Cash Book is very good at it loo. With the capability to handle VAT if required, or to ignore it if not, the program allows you to edit any data entered, and even to split transactions if needed for separate accounting purposes. By making use of marked, or unmarked files, any transaction, or group of transactions, can be handled independently, and accessed at a keypress from the main bulk of your information.
Transactions can be sorted in various ways, according to code, name, amount, VAT or date, with the option of a temporary sort, which does not affect the order of any transactions in memory, or a permanent sort, which can be used to change the order of any of your data.
Page lengths and widths can be easily adjusted to suit your printer at a keypress, while the quick key functions for accessing data will prove a real asset for the hassled user. At a cost of £14.95 for the cassette version and £19.95 for the disc, Cash Book is a reliable piece of software at an excellent price, providing good, basic accounting for the intermediary user.