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Invoices and Estimates Pro will NOT create a .PDF file within that system. So no emailing with my new computer.
JC, there is third party software that you can install that will create PDF for you. The way they work is you "print" to the software as if it was a printer. A dialog box pops up asking you to create a filename and off you go.
If you have Adobe Acrobat installed (full version NOT the reader), you should have that capability also (print to a PDF file).
MS-Office 2007 and up have PDF file creation built in.
As an example of whats out there, heres one to look at but I have not tried it so can't vouch for it.
Rick, I already own it for about the same time. Most any new Windows computer will have Windows 7 or whatever comes next. Invoices and Estimates Pro will NOT create a .PDF file within that system. So no emailing with my new computer.
Talked with Nova Development today and they confirmed that this is true.
just installed my invoices version 10 on a brand new netbook with windows 7 and it works perfectly with emailing invoices.
only issue is version 10 is a totally different layout and will take time to get use to it.
Dosen`t it sh+t you when you up grade a program that you have become familiar with and they change the whole formate and you have to learn it all over again.
You mean like the move from MS-Office 2003 to Office 2007 and now 2010? They totally screwed up the menu system that everyone knew like the back of their hand. Now there is so much wasted time trying to find controls and commands that one could almost do blindfolded. Idiots at MS, I see nothing gained by these changes other than to frustrate users and a form of forced obsolescence for their older software. At work we are still using Office 2003 and there are no plans to replace it in the coming year that I know of, but I don't work in the IT dept. I have Office 2007 at home and DO NOT like it one bit.
"It's a table saw, do you know where your fingers are?" Bob D. 2006
What I use to like about windows was they had the classic desk top where after you upgraded your operating system you had a choice not anymore I wished I had stuck with word 2003 as 2007 and now 2010 is a pain in the *** as far as paragraphs go and having to go through a procedure to set up every time you want to write a letter or email you would think the morons would put all there new bells and whistles in the back ground and give their customers a choice whether they wished to use them but leave the basic program ALONE.