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Economacs (iOrdning) 6.0.43

2015-07-15   Finance

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Name Economacs (iOrdning) 6.0.43
Size 27.45 MB
Created on 2015-07-10 05:01:28
Hash 158311482bf17631469e8c648404f8101c517924
Files Economacs (iOrdning) 6.0.43/ (27.45 MB)
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Descriptions for Description

Name: Economacs (iOrdning)
Version: 6.0.43
Mac Platform: Intel
Includes: Serial

OS version: OS X 10.10 or later
Processor type(s) & speed: 64-bit processor

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Serial courtesy of Special [K]

Release Date: July 2, 2015

What's New in Version 6.0.43

Reenables changing the names of smart folders. Click on a selected smart folder to change it's name.
Fixes a bug preventing filing entries / sending invoices on Mac OS X 10.11 El Capitan Beta 2.
Fixes problems marking a negative-amount credit invoice as paid.
Fixes problems with the report INK4DU.
Changes line endings in exported SIE files to Windows-style for improved compatibility.
Reports INK2/INK4 (for Sweden) now format times according to a 24-hour clock.
Changed the Finnish bar code version to version 4.
Add support for Swedish organisation type "Ekonomisk förening".
Fixes an issue where headers / footers sometimes appeared on invoices being printed.
Fixes column resizing when making custom entries.
Fixed a few missing translations.

Full Release Notes:

More Info:
App Store: (not available in the US)

Economacs (aka iOrdning)
Economacs is a modern full-featured accounting and invoicing application for OS X

Economacs is based on the regular bookkeeping concepts accounts and journal entries but adds a number of features that help you minimise the time you spend on your bookkeeping.
Intelligent search features and smart folders help you navigate among your entries and accounts. The balance sheet and profit / loss report give you rapid information on how your business is doing, and the VAT report is useful if you are registered for VAT.
Economacs helps you create and send attractive invoices. You pick some items from your product list, fetch the recipient from the Mac OS X address book, and send the invoice. Then all you need to do is to notify Economacs when the invoice is paid; the invoice is filed automatically in your journal of entries.
Sometimes you might be lagging behind with your books, but want to be able to send invoices anyway. Using Economacs you can send invoices as you please; it will store the entries related to an invoice in a separate queue and keep track of when to file them in your journal.
Naturally you can create your own invoice templates, or just use the built-in template with your own logo.



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