We use Quickbooks Pro. Several of my suppliers use PeachTree.
The primary purpose for QBP is the fact we can get it cheap at Costco every year or so. Makes it affordable to keep it updated.
If you invoice by part numbers etc. its nice to be able to import all those parts from suppliers using delimited Text files, or ASC files.
Its a really poweful software if you take the time to learn it.
You can run payroll off of it, job costing, estimating etc...
Our CPA loves it because we can close out our books through it, create a file and send it to him. It makes it easier for him to generate corporate taxes from it.
I hand write invoices. Easier for me.
I write down a # on a piece of drywall. Glare at them in their kitchen until a check is cut.
Funny, My 4 brothers do the same
I can build anything You want , if you draw a picture of it , on the back of a big enough check .
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.Invoices and Estimates Pro will NOT create a .PDF file within that system. So no emailing with my new computer.
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.
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I use Quick Books Online. I can access it from any computer and from a smart phone. It's the future so I started using it to get used to it. It's alot better than hand writing everything out.
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