Re: Prophet question
- From: Ned Abell <news@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Wed, 09 May 2007 11:32:03 +0100
In article <ant0908490b0pErr@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>,
Chris Evans <chris@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
In article <gemini.jhkq7k009xaaj02g4.ray@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>, Ray Dawson
I never used Prophet - I use Personal Accounts 4 for both
personal and business use.
Can Prophet combine both personal and business accounts?
The reason I ask is that I use my personal account for
business use on occasions, so Prophet may be a reason to
use a RISC OS application for my accounts.
I've not used Personal Accounts but do use Prophet, it
certainly can do both but IRCC Personal Accounts has some
features that are missing in Prophet such as Standing
Orders and regular direct debits, in Prophet you have to
enter them each month:-(
You could in Prophet have a number of expenditure/income
headings for personal use and thereby analyse your personal
Prophet 3+ will certainly account for regular payments of
standing orders Chris and attribute them to payment headiings.
The new multi platform versions of Personal Accounts and
Business accounts are out now and Ive been playing with them
under Linux. If only we had a suitable RISC OS version of
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